Victor Orndorff FC-150
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I guess I don't have to tell you the theme here but it does come natural for the FC-150.  Victor has really hit the mark with his restoration of this little narrow-track!  I could tell you the story but Victor has said it so well I thought I'd just post the remarks he sent.  Very nice job!

"I had purchased the 57 FC 150 on Craigslist 3 years ago with the intention of restoring the Willys to its original condition.  The frame and body was in great shape considering having very little rust and coming from the west coast.   The little FC has been taken off its frame and having the body and frame.  Having it sand blasted and sanded down to metal.  Once the frame was sand blasted, I had it Rhino lined.  The body has 2 coats clear coat base coat for that deep mirror image.  The FC 150 has all new rubber and glass.  The gas tank as well as the gate is embossed with Coca Cola.  The Willys has new rubber, seals, brakes, carb, water pump, new wiring harness, and new brakes and tires.  The Willys is perhaps better than new."