Josh has this trailer for sale.
“The trailer is in unrestored condition and very complete. The outside has original OD and markings and someone has resprayed the inside. (I do think you could take the new paint off the inside with a little work) The trailer does have the original data plate, combats, landing leg, lights, and chains. The floor is very solid and the trailer has almost no considerable rust (just a little where the bottom L frame support meets the front panel). It is a bit tweaked and does have some considerable dents particularly up on the top of the front panel but is overall very solid and uniquely presentable.”
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This is a remanufactured trailer that includes the rebuild tag.
“1943 Willys Jeep Trailer Fair condition. Re manufactured in 1945. Available for viewing 5-19-16 to 5-22-16″
The trailer is cool.
“2nd year of these post war vehicles. I’m 3rd owner and 1st owner outside the original family who bought it new. This is a 2WD model with the Planar front suspension. All seats including the 7th “mother-in-law” seat back by the spare tire. Interior and glass disassembled, bagged and labeled for sandblasting. Pictures show some before and after shots. I have over $1000 in new parts (patch panels, etc.). Also have a matching trailer made from a Panel version of these vehicles.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
For $7500 seller will include the trailer.
“47 willys flat fender jeep. 2000 miles on major overhaul. Runs great in 2wd as well as 4wd. All original except conversion to 12 volt.Engine when overhauled was all std. size inside.Rare in this condition.Possible delivery available. With very nice Maxey 6×16 diamond plate car hauler $7,500.00.”
Looks road ready.
“Restored 1947 CJ2a and 1947 trailer (extra tail light was added for safety) . Jeep engine, transmission and driveline gone through and refurbished as needed.
All new: breaks, break lines, master cylinder, fuel lines, fuel sending unit, gas tank, wiring, steel wheels (except spare) directionals and all 5 tires. Trailer frame was wire brushed and painted with POR 15 and top coated, new wiring, lights, safety chains, steel wheels and new tires.
Not a trailer queen, but a nice clean, well running jeep. original wiper even works! Calls only please”
Brian’s selling this trailer. It may be a Spen, but I can’t tell for sure.
“Needs a little TLC. call for details”
Mike’s got his combo for sale.
“1957 Willys Wagon and 1947 Bantam trailer. Wagon is original survivor with one repaint in 1970’s. 226-6cyl with rare 2bl carb., 80k miles. Many extra parts, 1952 truck frame and complete drive-line\hood, over-drive unit, 2 sets axels, many parts. Known history. $15,750 obo. Nothing sold separately. ”
Marty shared this unusual trailer. Looks like a truck turned into a trailer?
“This has new tires, wheels, custom electric brake axle and shock absorbers. Heavy duty trailer tires are 15″. Has a folding hitch Jack.”
Glenn spotted this trailer. Maybe it is a Converto Civilian Trailer?
“Post WWII jeep trailer. Similar to Bantam TC-3 (BT3-C) type trailer, but can’t confirm make/model. In excellent condition; has been garage kept throughout its lifetime. Body is solid and ready to haul (shows only very minor surface rust).
New tires purchased and bearings were re-packed to transport trailer from Chicago to Burnsville. Temporary wiring/lights installed, but likely needs work to be functional. Will need little work to get back on the road.
Call to make an appointment to come see. Would like to see someone looking for a nice jeep trailer to put this to good use!!
NOTE: estimated to be around 1945 model year; BT3-C is indicated as make/model as trailer is similar. No title for trailer exists.”
Bruce is selling this trailer.
“1946 Bantam Trailer for sale. SN 2953 1/4 ton civilian trailer. 1 7/8″ Fulton ball hitch. Trailer was completely taken down and all parts were sandblasted and most were covered with POR-15. Trailer was put back together with new axle bearings, new spring bushings and C-shackles. New reflectors, new taillight, Combat wheel were taken apart and cleaned painted put back together with new 600-15 Firestone NDT tires and new tubes. Trailer has been primed and awaiting to be painted a color choice of new owner. I have the brackets to extend the steam bent bows to the full height, just need to get lumber for side legs. There is no title on trailer but with bill of sale in Iowa you can either obtain bonded title or plates as a home made trailer. Have original style license plate bracket for trailer. Trailer only needs painted and is ready to roll behind your vehicle.”
“A rare trailer in unusually good condition. Great addition to any WW II Jeep. Has original data plates, new tires, and sound tailgate.”
Looks in good shape.
“Not restored. Excellent condition 30,000 miles. Always garaged Completely original ”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6500.
(03/19/2016) Unusual trailer.
“Very solid and original old Jeep. Was repainted several years ago. Looks like about a $50 paint job and that included the paint and materials. Was originally machine gray with orange wheels. Runs and drives very good. Trailer is a 1949 Supreme Corp”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $17,500.
(10/08/2015) “1955 willys wagon with matching trailor. low end frame off resto mod. 250 chevy strait six at 250hp. sm465 muncie granny 4 speed,np205 gear drive transfer case, dana 44 hd front with big hubs and spicer lock outs, 3;73 gears front refurbished with spartan locker. 14 bolt full float rear with g80 gov lock and 3;73 gears. spring suspention with front air shocks and rear air bags. power brakes, hydrolic clutch, manual steering.completely rewired, new brake lines, ect. new 35×12.50×17 at tires with black and camo xd wheels. roof rack,ammo boxes,2 first aid kits,high lift jack,tow bar,3shovels,ax,pick,gas and water jerry cans,12000lb winch,4 front spot lts,2 rear spot lts,led tail lts,air horn, on and on ect. all street legal. trailor has 35inch tires.trailor is not complete on inside. runs and drives good. rides like a log wagon. engine has oil blowing out of dip stick and i dont know why. lots of time and money spent. it has a oklahoma title that buyer will be responsible for all title work.this willys was built for deer camp and trail rideing.about 100 miles since completed. 18500.00 as is cash in hand. no scammers, serious only”
Looks like a nice combo. Can’t be too many in the area.
“1946 Willys Jeep frame off restoration, body was sand blasted, undercoated, and painted. It has completely new wiring that has been upgraded to 12v. New carburetor, steering joints, seats, windows, tires and a lot more. Tires and rims are era correct. It runs and drives great. It comes with a trailer that has also been sandblasted and painted to match. The trailer has the original pintle hitch and the turn and stop lights work. A lot more work and parts have been put into both the trailer and the Jeep than what was listed here.”
This appears solid.
“Offered is a Â¼ ton utility trailer not sure if original but it is of original style. In excellent condition and ready to tow. Has military style ND tires, lights all seem to work, standard 2″ ball hitch. Trailer is permanently registered under a California PTI, and I have paper title. $1,200 will consider offers.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1400.
Mike’s got this trailer for sale.
“Bantam Trailer 1949 T3-C post WW11 trailer, very nice condition with no rust, still has the 1&7/8″ Fulton coupler and correct landing leg and safety chains. Has California permanent plate and is registered in my name so no surprise at DMV. Tail lights are hooked up and working Ready to hook up and go”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/21/2016) If interested, contact Nancy and Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Body basically in good shape, some rust and bed unevenness, has not been restored. The original tag that was on the trailer is missing. Located in SW Oregon near Grants Pass. $750.00″
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1200.
How about this trailer for your FC?
“It is in good condition. It has a clear title. Tires are old and dry. Lights work. The bed has a bit of rust. Mostly surface rust. The tailgate is home made.”
“1952 USMC M38A1 and M100 1/4 ton trailer also a 1952 (delivered 30th month of 1952). So both Jeep and Trailer are Korean War era. Complete with proper full canvas top, sides doors etc , tires etc. Engine rebuilt runs and drives as it should. It’s the original engine. Military tow bar included so you can take it on desert trips. It’s in good shape but not a museum vehicle. It is very collectible and dependable as a driver. The roll and side bars you see in the pictures can be unbolted and removed if desired for that completely original look and feel. This jeep has been by the seller since 1978. He bought it from a friend who had used it several years before that it was “in the service”. Owner selling because it’s been in his garage for several years and other toys have taken priority. To get it ready for new owners it’s been professionally gone through runs as expected. The fuel tank was redone professionally as were the fuel lines. Vehicle has 46000 miles on the clock. Fun to drive a unique vehicle ready for its new owner. Properly registered and insured by caring and careful owner, who has just replaced the parking brake shoes. Would consider separating trailer and truck. The trailer is very rare and its valued by the owner, and those that are on the market at $3,000 just by itself – it is historically significant.”
Hard to see much detail.
“1946 Willys for sale. She runs good and is all original, with matching trailer. Asking $6000 for this vintage conversation starter.
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Jeep runs. No pics of trailer.
“49′ Willys Jeep With Trailer, Bought on a Whim, now don’t have any use for it, good tires and chrome rims, 12 v system, cranks and drives fine, comes with tow bar, hood is up because i have a maintainer on the battery.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1600
“I am selling my M100 trailer. I purchased this trailer in excellent restored condition about 2 years ago to go with my m38a1 (m38a1 not for sale). Recently moved and need more room in the garage. This trailer would be a great addition to a parade quality vehicle – I could never bring myself to use it around the farm for fear of damaging such a nice looking unit – I have used it lightly and can say that it tows very well. It has essentially no rust and appears all original; the break mechanism works, all the wiring (including coupling wire) is there, the lunette and support leg are in good working order, the chains are also present and functional. The spring controlled drains within the tub are both functional. I see no evidence of cutting or weld damage anywhere. Please note: the original data plates are not present; I was told when i purchased the trailer that it was a 1954 Dunbar Kapple manufacture. I have replacement plates and rivets- they have not been installed. Also note: there is no toolbox on the front of the trailer – whether this was later unit that did not have one or it was removed at some point I do not know. Third, all the wiring and lights are in place but I cannot guarantee they work in that I don’t have a coupling socket on my jeep. I am not a military trailer expert and have represented this to the best of my ability – please look at the pictures. I am well aware of what m100 trailers in far worse condition sell for – I am selling the unit for 1600$ firm – I feel like this an excellent price given the condition.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2000.
This pair looks like a great price.
“1952 Military jeep with Bantam trailer”