No reserve auction starting at $1850. No Title. Some rust.
“Well I’m sure no expert on Jeeps, but I aquired this 1960 FC-150 from a 82 year old farmer. This is what I call a true “Barn find” It has been stashed away in an old barn for over 20 years. It has all the typical rust in all the typical spots.
This was a running and driving jeep when he last parked it into storage. He had planned to put his portable welder in the back, but never got that far. He lost the title so I can only give you a bill of sale.
With the exception of a sunroof, and a missing radio, I would say that this FC-150 is almost 100% complete and original.
This would make a nifty restoration project, or perhaps A good a parts vehicle. I have no doubts that someone more mechanical than myself could have it running again in fairly short order?
This jeep is old and ugly but it has just around 63,000 original miles on it. The engine/transmission,differentials, etc. are all original. I have turned the engine over by hand and it’s free.
This jeep is over 52 years old, and I I am selling it as is.
I would much rather you plan for the worst, and hope for the best than be dissapointed in any way. And remember… no title.
My opening bid is 1,850.00 with no reserve… I do know that these are getting fairly hard to come by.
Now all that having been said… I can’t imagine finding a more complete, or lower mileage, or a more un-molested 4×4 FC-150 forward control Jeep like this for the price. I only want the buyer to be as excited as I was when it came my way. I have a feeling that whoever ends up with it will be pleased with it…But those are just my thoughts.”
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