Another FC! 1962 Willys Jeep FC170 Pickup


I hadn’t seen a FC Jeep pickup for sale for a long time before the one we featured recently, and now there’s another one on the market, albeit a civilian non-extended cab version. This one is located in Gurnee, Illinois, and is up for sale here on eBay, where bidding is starting very low but there is a reserve. Unlike the 3 cylinder supercharged diesel in the military version, this one has a 226 cubic inch 6-cylinder engine and runs and drives well according to the seller. It also comes with a lot of spares, include some new old stock sheetmetal that had to be hard to come by, as well as a pair of used doors and two heaters. Would you like the rarer but underpowered (I think) Navy version, or this civilian one that’s already running?


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  1. Stuart

    Where is the plow?

  2. Rustowner

    Not a bad example for one of these. Would need lots of work to get it back into driver shape, but would be something I’d take as a project if it were closer. A big plus for this particular one is the t-98 4 spd, decent looking bed, and NOS (or decent used) flares and NOS gate, which are all hard to find. If it sells at 3000 +/- , or there about, it would be a good buy IMHO.

  3. Howard A Member

    At least this makes more sense than that 3 cylinder military one. IDK, that one scared me, but this is pretty straight forward. Cab mounts look crusty, a bad spot for these, but totally fixable. I think the 170 was a little better truck than the 150, being a little longer. These surface from time to time, so I’d bet there are still a bunch in garages and sheds. Every farm or business had some kind of truck like this. If you’re into these, pretty good example here.

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