Cool, rare and affordable—while conventional car person wisdom might suggest you can only get two, we'll happily argue this awesome 1961 Jeep FC150 currently listed on Ebay has it all.
Every year, Jeep hosts a week-long festival in Moab, Utah for the Easter Jeep Safari. Mopar and Jeep took the opportunity to show off six customized vehicles, from simple accessory packages to a custom-built Forward Control Wrangler.
Jeep's produced another round of their crazy Jeep concepts that we'll soon beg them to turn into something you can actually buy. Highest on the list? The Jeep Mighty FC, which looks like a Forward-Control Jeep modernized for the new world — something I'd never thought of until this moment but now must posses.
Jeeps and the Military go together like boot camp and calisthenics. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe M-677 Forward Control is a special edition that was built for the military, but does its project status and price have you exclaiming this means war?
Why wasn't the Brooks Stevens-designed 1958 Forward Control Jeep ever mass-produced? Why? One glance at the prototype makes it obvious that it would have sold more than VW Transporters, Corvair Greenbriers, and Econolines put together! We can only assume that Powerful Forces conspired to keep total production to just…
The Forward Control Jeeps were built from 1956 until 1964, which actually puts them ahead of the El Camino in the truckcar sweepstakes. Although it's debatable whether the FC is actually a true Camino, based as it was on a light-truck chassis rather than on a car frame or unibody, reader Mark's tale of how he went to…