No pics provided.
“HAS BEEN SETTING FOR ALONG TIME ENGINE WAS BAD. CAB A LITTLE ROUGH DRIVE TRAIN WAS GOOD”
No pics provided.
“HAS BEEN SETTING FOR ALONG TIME ENGINE WAS BAD. CAB A LITTLE ROUGH DRIVE TRAIN WAS GOOD”
This needs some work.
“Basket case in need of restoration. Complete drivetrain. 4cyl, 4spd. Has rust, needs windshield. Clean SC title. Currently stored 2 hrs from me so the only pictures available at this time are the ones posted. I will try to update soon.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2000.
It has a dump bed.
“1960 Willy’s Jeep Forward Control FC 170 with original Garwood PTO/hydraulic dump bed. 226 flat head 6 cylinder that has a spun rod bearing. Rebuilt T98a 4 speed trans w/new clutch and rebuilt Dana 18 transfer case. 4×4, Dana 44 front and Dana 53 rear axle, 4″ lift springs. Was running and driving 15years ago until rod bearing spun. disabled the bad cylinder and ran it on 5 cylinders for a few years(just to move it around the yard), but now it sits. No time and too many other projects, I know FC’s are rare, this one is one of a couple hundred factory cab and chassis made in 1960. Was a bought new buy Forest Service in Cle Elum. When it was surplus, it was bought by a gold miner that used it on his claim outside of Cle Elum until the late 1990’s. It is ruff, but complete and I need it gone! $2000 OBO. If you want to negotiate the price, then show up with a trailer and cash in your hand and we can talk.”
Nice looking FC.
“1957 Jeep Willys Forward Control For Sale. 40,300 actual miles documented by title work. No expense spared body off frame restoration. 200 miles since completion. Numbers matching drivetrain. Believed to be the nicest Forward Control of the era. 100’s of documented pics of the restoration, show poster boards of the resto and factory spec boards. $38,500/offer.”
It’s listed as a 1955. Has a PTO.
“1955 Willy’s Jeep model 170. 6 Cylinder standard. With winch, and also with PTO for plowing. Have all chrome. Vehicle is sold on an as is where is basis. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Vehicle must be paid for in cash within 10 days after auction close. Vehicle must be removed from property by buyer within 30 days of auction close. This vehicle is located about a half hour drive outside of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.”
Steve’s selling this FC.
“1957 FC-150 Jeep Pickup 4×4. No engine or transmission in this project vehicle. Electric/Hydraulic flatbed dump. The 7′ bed makes it seem longer like its FC-170 cousin with a 9′ bed. The original pickup bed in an FC-150 is 6′ long.
The condition of the cab is in the top 10% of the surviving FC’s in my estimation. The cab corners are solid. The only rust is along the front edge below the grill, see photos. It doesn’t look like it was repaired before a previous owner painted it. The doors close very nicely. No typical crease in the driver’s door. And the floors are solid.
It’s an easy project waiting for your engine/transmission combination. I have an original F4-134 engine and T-90 transmission from another FC at an additional cost. The truck still has the original 4 cyl. motor mounts. I planned to install a Ford Mustang 6-200 cu. in. engine adapted to a Willys T-90. I would sell the Ford small six with adapter & T-90 for what I have into it. Or use your own engine preference. A V8 is not recommended in this little truck. V6, yes!
If you don’t like the dump bed, I also have an original bed from a 1960 FC150 that needs the rails straightened and some rust repair, and can easily be adapted to the earlier frame if you prefer an original bed, for a little more cost.
Texting is not good communication, so CALL or EMAIL with your phone number please. When it comes to texting, I’m all thumbs. The phone is from OR, the truck is in Redding, CA. ”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5900.
(04/11/2016) This former fire truck runs.
“1963 Jeep FC170 – rare Forward Control model. Ordered new as a fire support truck, low actual miles but then sat and engine froze up. Original engine in bed. Has all new rebuilt engine, with new pistons, bearings, clutch, pp, flywheel. Runs great. New brakes all round, new lines, new cylinders, hubs, bearings, gas tank boiled and sealed, etc. Good 3 speed trans. 4WD. Sticky shifter, needs linkage bushings, didn’t get to that yet.
Body is very good. Interior is honestly rough. Very rare utility body. No wannabes, please.”
Asking $3500, but will take offers. Lots of pics provided.
“Rare truck ready to build. 58 Jeep Forward Control 170 4×4. All there except for seats. Rolls and steers, Very solid Nevada truck. Not running. Good title. Have source for new windshield and rubber. Engine all together, Transport available, call or email.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(10/08/2015) Not the most helpful pics.
“For sale 1958 Jeep FC170. Currently not running. Perfect project for restoration. Drive-train is there. Solid frame. Body needs work. These Jeeps are becoming harder and harder to find.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was on eBay.
“up for auction is my rare willys jeep fc 170. This is a cabover jeep pickup made for only a few years. The truck starts runs and drives well but will overheat after a few minutes and the brakes need attention. You will need to tow or trailer it away. A chevy 350 engine and automatic trans have been installed. The front driveshaft has not been fitted. The vehicle needs work. The body is solid with minimal rust for the year. It has been a California car all its life. It is a very charismatic vehicle that gets smiles and waves wherever it goes.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $25,000
“For sale, a very rare (1 of 1,119) 1964 Kaiser Jeep Forward Control 170 3/4 ton pickup truck. 1964 was the last year of production for the FC-170 and the end of the Kaiser/Jeep era. This could be your only chance to ever buy a fully restored FC-170, no kidding they are that rare.
This Jeep was fully restored by a professional shop in 2010. Nothing was overlooked, full frame off restoration. Since restoration the Jeep has accumulated approximately 1000 proven miles and runs great. I has the original power train with the legionary Super Hurricane 6 cylinder engine.
Has PTO driven front winch
Custom fuel tank
Custom rear bumper with LED tail lights”
Seller is parting out.
“I have a 1960 Jeep FC-150 that I am doing a quick part out on. The cab/doors/bed are all pretty rusted, and windshield and driver’s window are broken, but there are still parts on her that are worth saving including:
interior trim pieces
Passenger glass, rear glass, both quarter glass
If you need something, give me a call and I can see if it is still there. Unless it is something small, I don’t really have time to remove anything, so it will be on you to get it off/out. But give me a call and we can discuss availability and price.
Right now, the frame, tailgate side emblems and possibly the engine/trans are spoken for, and this weekend I am considering cutting her nose off to keep around the house. In a week or two, what is left will go to the scrap yard.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2800.
“1957 Jeep FC170 runs and drives, all lights work, call for more information.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6500.
(01/25/2016) Includes a rear PTO.
“Hi all, for sale is a 1959 Willys FC-150 truck. It has the 3 speed transmission, 3 speed transfer case, and the hurricane f-134 f-head 4 cylinder. Clean title, solid bed, and solid cab. Does not have the typical windshield frame rust. Factory optioned rear pto. Includes spare tire. Passenger door window is broken bus is flat glass that can be cut. Windshield is not chipped or cracked and all of the hard to find parts are there. Has 39,000 original miles and engine runs well, but could use a tune up. Will need brakes and electrical work to be a driver. Willys only made about 3,000 of these trucks in 1959, so they are a pretty rare find. This is a true 1 ton work truck!
Would consider trades for an air-cooled vw (either bus, truck, beetle, or type 3 or 4), a few nice guitars and cash, nice amplifiers and cash, a newer truck, or a chevy corvair.”
Scott Lehman and Tom Smith both posted photos from the FC Roundup. Scotts are listed at http://fcroundup.blogspot.com and Tom has his at http://jeeptruckstories.blogspot.com/2016/03/2016-fc-round-up-phoenix-az.html
Glenn spotted this project. Interesting utility bed.
“1959 FC-150 Willys Jeep
very cool peace.
need alot of work
does not run.
tittle is in hand so it can legally be signed over.”
UPDATE: Was for sale last month. Price has been increased, suggestion someone bought and is reselling it? New seller doesn’t mention the dump bed.
Grate for coffee shop Cruzer !
Hang with your buddy’s and there high dollar Mercedes, Mustang, Chevy, Corvette Jaguars, old Classic Dodge off road hot rods and 4×4’s and enjoy the coffee.
This Willys is in the High Dry Desert of the SW.
Located in Albuquerque nm. I am Asking $19,500 maybe a part trade.
I can deliver if need be as I love driving this truck every where. But it’s slow 🙂
Fly into and I will pick you up at the Airport.”
Maybe an FC? Seller thinks it is rare. The four speed is what made me wonder if it is an FC.
“Rare 1958 Willys Jeep all Original except for the beautiful 3D Professional camo custom paint. very clean in and out majority of restoration has been done. Jeep runs great! the reason this vehicle is so rare it came from The Factory with 4 gear shifters And a Wench in front. the 4×4 is incredible, nothing can Beat It. blinkers, lights, even this cigarette lighter and winch in front Work. this is the ultimate hunting or 4×4 vehicle you must see It to Believe it give me a call”
On first glance this looks great, but there’s some damage under the front panels on both sides of the cab.
“Hello this FC150 runs very well. It is 90 to 95% original. Perfect for parade floats low gear works great.”
No title and doesn’t run. Seller also has this FC frame/engine/parts for sale on eBay.
“For sale used non-running FC170. Has original engine. Seems to be complete. In rough shape, but restorable. No title. No title.
I believe it is a 1957.
I will also be selling a restored frame with rebuilt 6 cylinder engine and additional body parts on another auction.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
Glenn spotted this jeep. Lots of pics and info on eBay.
“This particular early model year ’62 Jeep FC-150 4×4 truck was found in dry storage in the corner of a Texas barn by the current owner. It was last registered on the street in 1998 after some mechanical restoration efforts by the previous owner(Hurricane-4 Engine Rebuild) . Today it runs out strong and drives down the road, goes through the gears and is an overall solid and enjoyable FC-150 as is or could be restored to the level of your choosing. It has been lightly used around the farm and stored in a nice concrete floor shop here at the Texas owner’s private residence.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5000.
(03/17/2016) “This is a Willys FC 170 cab over. It’s in perfect running shape with little body damage. I wanted to keep the body as is but the engine and wiring is all new. The truck is all there with no missing parts.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to Was $2200.
(03/15/2015) Both are projects.
“I have a pair of Fc170 jeeps..the gray primer one has a lot the body work done….it has the original 6 gyl engine that runs! it also comes with the RARE factory option rear PTO ! not many of these cab forward jeeps…. the second jeep came with a 289 ford engine installed..be a great winter project for someone…the windshield is broken out..yet I have the address to purchase a new one..the box is also available as a new reproduction”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4500.
(02/27/2016) Has some broken glass. Runs and drives.
“Jeep FC-170 1957, Super hurricane motor, 6 cylinders, flat head, and runs and drives. Looking for 4500 or best offer.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/12/2015) Looks solid. Could use some polish.
“1957 Jeep FC 150
Runs and drives good
3 speed standard