Vintage is in, especially in the automotive industry, where many car manufacturers are getting back to their roots via heritage-rich vehicle designs coupled with modern-day performance. This particular concept by Jeep pays homage to the Jeep FC 150 originally built from 1956 to 1965, and, like the originals before it, is built to tackle difficult off-road terrain as well as the heavy work load encountered on a farm or ranch.
Built atop a modified 2005 Jeep Wrangler chassis, the FC 150 Concept offers up a 4.0 liter PowerTech inline 6 engine with a 3-speed automatic transmission, a Dana 44 front axle, a Dana 60 rear axle, 33-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain tires a rugged steel body with a full-length cargo box, a CB radio, analog compass, and a custom headliner decked out in a vintage hunting design. Learn more at Jeep.
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