The concepts are the Jeep Mighty FC, Jeep J-12, Jeep Wrangler Apache, Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk, and the Jeep Wrangler Traildozer. A Jeep Wrangler Rubicon decked out in Mopar accessories was ...
Jeep Mighty FC concept Redesign. The look of the Jeep Mighty FC concept is a really fascinating sense of a lot of points. Initially, of all, we are capable of seeing the 2-door cabin, for a pair of travelers. Wheelbase is caused by Wrangler, and it also is 117 ” long.
The Mighty FC is a modern version of the oft-scorned, slightly odd-looking, pug-nosed Jeep Forward Control built in the late ’50s to early ’60s.
The Mighty FC concept vehicle made its debut at the 2013 Moab Easter Jeep Safari. Stemming from the ideas of the Jeep Forward Control (1956–1965), the Mighty FC was a front-heavy vehicle meant to take on the most rugged trails.
Thus the Jeep® Mighty FC Concept was born and with it came a cult following like none other. With the help of the Jeep® brand, Axial has created a stunning replica of the Jeep® Mighty FC Concept that’s scaled around 11.4” wheelbase SCX10 vehicles and compatible with the SCX10 Wheel Wells ( AX31150 ).
Jeep Mighty FC: 2012 Wrangler Forward Control concept vehicle. The Jeep Forward Control was built from 1956 to 1965. To create a modern Forward Control, the concept team repositioned a Wrangler Rubicon's cabin ahead of the front axle, lengthened the wheelbase, and added a full-width, drop-side eight-foot cargo box.
Based on the Jeep Forward Control of the '50s and '60s, the Mighty FC features a full-length cargo box, minimum overall length for superior maneuverability, a cabin that sits atop the front axle, Mopar Portal Axles, a Corsa stainless steel exhaust, a Warn winch, and looks so burly they make compact pickups weep.
On this episode of The Downshift, we head to the 2012 Easter Jeep Safari to check out Jeep's Mighty FC Concept. Watch this rock-ready concept conquer the Moab terrain alongside its military ...
Runs and drives. Former Fire Department FC. View all the information on eBay “This is a 1960 Willy’s FC-150 “Little Smokie”. It was owned and used by the Almond Wisconsin Fire Department since new as general assistance vehicle.
The Jeep Forward Control is a truck that was produced by Willys Motors, later named Kaiser Jeep, from 1956 to 1965. It was also assembled in other international markets. It was also assembled in other international markets.