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What Am I for Wednesday 9/01/10

Posted By Jeff Lakaszcyck Tuesday, August 31, 2010 3:18 PM
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The cab is easy, but who built this thing ? Name both. Photo from Brian Kelly.

We are still waiting on the correct answer to yesterday's.



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Tuesday, August 31, 2010 3:18 PM by Jeff Lakaszcyck
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The "Rolligon" is based on a FC-170 cab and drive train components.

Built by ARC, LB Rolligon Company , Seaside and Monterey, California



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Definitely an FC-170. FMC for the rest of it.

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As stated by Bill White, this is a 60s Jeep FC-170 Albee Rolligon
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 Posted Tuesday, August 31, 2010 4:59 PM
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Looks like a Rolligon but I never saw such a small one.

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I am going to say FWD

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Bill White has this 1st, this is a late '50's Rolligon with a Jeep FC 150 or FC170 cab, built by the Albee Rolligon Corporation. Rolligon was founded by Bill Albee in the early '50's when he invented the high flotation Rolligon. Rolligon is still in business; here is a link to their website for some interesting info and a fascinating video, courtesy of Bill White. You will notice in the video we have found yet another vehicle utilizing the C series Ford COE cab.

http://albeerolligon.com/history.htm

 http://albeerolligon.com/index.htm

Thanks to Brian Kelly for the photo and Dan Souday for the larger version.



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here's another link:

Michelle Cole
 Posted Saturday, September 04, 2010 5:57 AM
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The Ford C cab will just never be out dated. I liked the way they had widened it and lengthed it adding extra windows. I also noticed something on the Rolligon cab that has not been on a C cab in nearly fifty years. Quad head lights.

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