The Red 1961 FC-170 is priced at $2800. The White FC next to it is $1800. An FC-150 (not shown) might also be for sale.
“1961 forward control (the red one) …too many projects – not enough time… I bought this to restore as the original Green Bay & Western Railroad service jeep that it is .Restoration was started, the rusty metal was removed from the cab and the bed was sandblasted and primed but needs the rust cut out. it runs but has no brakes. Both have clear titles. The white one is all original untouched. might sell for $1800, it also runs and drives needs brake work also. Have an fc 150 (short bed 1/2 ton) for parts. Buddy, my partner (the dog) is 12 years old and not for sale….thanks, Chris….NOTE, the dated pics are of the white jeep.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $750
(1028/2015) It’s a parts deal.
“I have the complete original drive train from a 1963 Jeep FC-170 3/4 ton 4 wheel drive truck. Includes the six cylinder hurricane engine, three speed transmission, transfer case with PTO output, front and rear axles. Engine ran 6 months ago. Cab is removed for sheet metal work. Everything is still installed in the frame and will be removed upon selling or sooner. Frame is not included in sale. Serious inquiries only please. These are very rare trucks. Please reply with a phone number. Make offer”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** was $7995
(10/09/2015) No visible rust.
“1957 FC-150 Willys Jeep. Real solid for the year Flat nose, 4WD, Narrow Track Jeep. Runs real strong. Has the “Hurricane” 4 cyl. engine. No smoke, knocks etc.. Mostly original interior with re-upholstered seats. 3 speed manual trans with Hi and Lo range.New brakes, wheel cylinders, hoses etc..
Use as is or excellant restoration canidate. Have complete plow frame, controls and pump that go with it. No plow. Very rare Jeep with original bed. Local delivery available or we will deliver in New England for a fee.”
It runs and drives, but doesn’t stop. No title.
“as far as I can tell this is a 1958 Jeep Fc 150 forward control truck that someone has taken the bed off and put a boom on it runs and drives, the 4wd drive works good also, it is rusty but would make a great woods toy, has Dana 44s it has plenty of torque, in four low it will about snap your neck! Great for a hunting club. Selling as is no warranties, with Bill Of Sale only! Thanks for looking make me an offer.
Runs and drives but brakes don’t work!”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4000.
(08/19/2015) Needs finishing, but runs and drives.
“Selling a 1961 Willys Jeep FC 170 4×4. 327 Chevy rebuilt engine and 2 brl carb, 4 speed trans, w/overdrive. Cab was modified to tilt. New oversized tires w/new wheels. Rust proofed with bed spray inside and out. 3″ chop on cab. Have some windows. Lost interest Needs to be finished. Have many new parts to go with it. Runs and drives. Has clear title, reg. and plates.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $1500.
(08/22/2015) It needs floors.
“1957 jeep fc 150, runs ,4 cylinder,3 speed trans,no title ,all the brakes are newly rebuilt,stearing is tight,needs some rust repare ,and a windshield,need to finish bed and mount fuel tank ,still needs water pump and radiator hoses,vary rare and hard to find,$1500,no trades ,call only,”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(09/20/2015) It’s a project.
“1958 Willys Jeep p/u, model FC150. New brakes,drums,seals. Have new wiring harness, rebuilt lights have all original windows,new windshield gasket. Original seats crappy,good used seats. Ran before I removed the gas tank, tank is very funky. New front hub locks. No miles on brakes or hubs. Non op pink slip. Got it to restore, but beyond my skills.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $2500
“1965 fc170 needs work had rust motor does run has 3.7 inline 6
Bill of sale in Kansas only
Call or text”
Wade spotted this unusual combination of a CJ-2A and FC-150 bed. No description provided.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2950
Hasn’t been driven since I was in middle school. That’s a long time!
“All original with 31,000 miles. Engine turns and cranks. Hasn’t been driven since 1977. Very rare and complete. Only going up in value. Price negotiable.”
Runs and drives.
“Odometer reads 60,417 miles, 3.7 liter, 226cu “Super Hurricane” Inline 6, 4 speed Borg Warner T-98, 4×4, mechanically sound, runs and drives, brakes work well, decent tires. This truck needs bodywork. Included with the sale area good roof, a pair of doors, N.O.S. tailgate, N.O.S. front fender flares, good used fender flares, 2 heater units, and other misc. small parts. Pictures of these parts can be sent by request. This unique vehicle is perfect for the hobbyist in mind or drive it as-is for a yard truck.”
UPDATE: Was $2999. Now on eBay
It’s a project.
“1960 Jeep Willy Forward control Pickup with small block Chevrolet motor running when installed. 4 speed transmission and transfer case in goodshape needs drive shaft electrical and gas lines ran. great 4-wheel drive project. Minimal surface rust good body good frame.Just don’t have time.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
These don’t pop up for sale often!
“If you know what this is, you know that they do not come up for sale very often. This is the 4 door military version of the FC170 cab over pickup truck built by Willys and the Kaiser Jeep from 1956 to 1965. They say that around 400 of them were built for the Navy in 1964. This is 1 of the approximately 50 know to still exist. She has a South Carolina windshield registration tag from 1975, but she has been in Michigan for at least 10 years and is now located in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
#264 of approximately 400 M-677s ever built. This vehicle is still in very original condition with it’s complete Cerlist 3 cylinder, 2 stroke, supercharged diesel engine, T-90 Transmission, Spicer 18 Transfer Case and full interior. All the glass is there and good, except for a small crack in the Driver’s door main window at the bottom that is barley visible. Interior and floor steel are in very good condition. I have a clear title.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3500.
This deserves some better photos!
“ld jeep FC 150 grass fire truck been stored inside for years but not ran for years extremely rare good shape for age lights and sirens still on it pictures to come later calls or text only”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“1946 Willys CJ-2A / Dark Red
1946 Willys CJ-2A / Army Green
1947 Willys CJ-2A / Orange
1948 Willys CJ-2A / Camo
1950 Willys Overland Jeep / Gold
1951 Willys CJ-3A / Burgundy
1955 Willys CJ-3B / Red“
Has a dump bed.
“1962 Jeep FC170. 4 wheel drive, dump bed, 3 speed manual trans. straight 6 cyl. Engine will start and run with the help of starting fluid. Truck bed is very rusty. Jeep would be a good candidate for a flat bed or rat rod project. Rest of vehicle not to bad for a Minnesota jeep. Newly titled and licensed as a collector vehicle. Would need to be towed or trailered. $1850.00.”
Looks real nice.
“Astounding investment grade restoration, no expense spared. Must be seen to be believed! This vehicle turns heads everywhere it has been shown, and would be an incredible addition to any of the finest collections. Do yourself a favor, stop by Cox Automotive and see for yourself. 118 Lenzner Court, Sewickley, PA. 15143.”
This will be auctioned October 11 in Seneca.
“1962 jeep FC170 original step side bed
Shop tools , air compressor, used oil heater,
Many other antiques
Auction will be held Sunday October 11 1 mile west of seneca, Kansas on why 36 10am
Look for sale bill in Green Acres”
A variety of parts.
“1960 FC150 parts for sale:
Counter weight – $100.00 E-Brake handle – $20.00
Tranny mount w/skid plate – $25.00 Headlight Buckets – $20.00
Radiator – $50.00 Park lights – $20.00
Radiator skid plate – $25.00 Steering wheel floor plate – $10.00
Engine cover w/base – $150.00 Rear glass with seal – $30.00
Dash – $100.00 Side glass w/seal – $20.00
Pedal Assembly – $75.00 Transmission linkage – $50.00
Defroster trim plates 2 @ $20.00 each Battery platform – $10.00
Fan Assembly – $25.00 Flatbed frame work w/sides – BO
Oil Bath Air Cleaner $75.00 Cab Shell w/doors – make offer
FC150 Trim Plates 2 @ $30.00 each
Engine compartment cooling louvers – $25.00
Wiper transmission assembly w/vacuum motor – $40.00″
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
This looks like a nice rig.
” Up for Auction is a 1963 FC-170 wrecker. I’ve decided it was time to let someone else have some fun with this very unique piece of Jeep history. Everything works on the truck. It’s been in the shed for the last 6 years only taken out one or twice during the summer to cruise around a little It runs and drives. This last winter was not good when I opened the shed in the spring I found that the two side windows cracked and something dinged the cab, it will need a tune up as it runs a little rough.”
It doesn’t run, but mightn’t take much to get it going.
“1961 Jeep FC-170 truck. I put this truck up in my tools head some time ago. At that time the four wheel drive,transmission and winch worked well. At that time I had not had it running for some time. I did put a temporary battery in it today and it does turn over. It may be something simple or worse so it is an as is vehicle. I have equipment to load on a trailer. It is an original truck with the original engine. The truck is not a rust bucket and none of the glass is broken. It would make a great rat rod. I have put a very reasonable reserve. ”
Not sure how much value is here.
“I have a 57 fc150 jeep that runs and drives great but has no brakes the guy that I got it from pushed it onto a trailer with a cat because he thought it was locked up well he broke a hub because it was in 4low so that will need to be replaced and the leaf spring is broken so that will need replaced and the brakes to this truck is pretty rusty to as shown in the pics so you’ll have to redo some sheet metal to in the pics the bed is off of the truck I took it off to get pics of the leaf spring it bolts right back on would make a great 4×4 this is a very rare truck I have been unable to find one anywhere near here please call or text me if you are interested give me an offer because I need to sell asap”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was Make Offer.
Not sure how much value is here.
“Selling for my father. Make offer. Pictures on request.
Very rusty. Mostly all here. Rolls. Needs major major work. Definitely a project.
Make an offer.”
It’s a project.
“THIS IS A WESTERN VEHICLE, MOSTLY ORIGINAL PAINT, IT HAS A GOOD BODY ,PRETTY MUCH ALL THERE. THIS WOULD MAKE A GREAT PROJECT TO RESTORE. JUST DO NOT HAVE THE TIME TO DO IT.”