UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $18,000
Both the trailer and jeep look in good shape.
“$18,000 cash or trade for Porsche Boxster S, GL1800 Goldwing, subaru legacy, corvette or some other interesting “man toy”. No junk, projects or lowball offers please. I have over $12,000 in new parts and paint on the jeep AND $1798 in labor, parts, sandblasting and paint on the trailer. Receipts included.
1954 m38a1 and a “matching” 1949 bantam civilian trailer… both with clear titles for sale or trade. Both recently restored and ready for duty.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $800
(10/23/2013) It’s now listed as a Ben Hur style trailer.
“All original Ben hur style. no rust, good condition.”
It’s worth a look.
“I have a 1948 Bantam TC3 Jeep Trailer for sale….$600.00 Call or Text 208-six02-4o42″
UPDATE: **SOLD for $15,000**
“This jeep and trailer has been 98% restored with original parts. What you see is what you get. The trailer is 6 1/2′ long and 4′ wide. Here’s a video of an interview the previous owner did for the newspaper…
UPDATE: Still Available.
(12/07/2013) The camping trailer is funky, but the jeep looks good.
“1947 Willys Jeep… Painted yellow.. With yellow camper trailer.. Great camping fun! 208-245-1261 Thank You!”
The trailer seems in good shape.
“Good condition inside and out. Equipped and mounted 5 gallon water container and ammo box. Mounts on a 2″ ball hitch. Call or text Vince at 706-573-1948.”
UPDATE: Was $1200. **Status Unknown**
This looks like a good price.
“1945 Jeep Trailer Dump style.
It is in very good shape for its age.
Very heavy duty.
Asking 1,200.00 or best offer.”
Not exactly Olive Drab, but it looks like a solid trailer.
“Completely disassembled and restored. Call Harold at 972-948-1090″
Here’s a funky trailer made from the back of a trailer.
“Jeep Trailer $200 or best offer 719-369-3038″
This looks like a good price to me.
“Very well preserved 1944 Willy’s 1/4 ton trailer. Purchased the trailer from an estate and never has been titled. Completely stock with the exception of the four prong wiring connector.”
This might be worth a look.
“I am selling this Military Jeep M100 trailer as is. The trailer is in fair condition and can be used as is or restored. The date of original delivery Stamped on the tags reads 4 0f 51. The trailer will come with the 3 extra rims in the picture. the hand brake was rebuilt about 2 years ago and is in good working condition and all the lights work. I do not have the pink slip trailer will come with a bill of sale.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3500.
(12/07/2014) Runs and drives.
“1946 CJ2A with original Artic Top and Bantam T3 trailer
Flat head GoDevil engine runs great.
Current licence and stickers with clean title in hand.
Trailer and tub has lots of rust.
Aluminium top, fenders and hood in good shape.
New water pump and bell crank.
12 conversion (all 6 volt parts and lights are crated to go with it.)
Several new parts to go with it.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $500.
This looks like a good price on a trailer.
“This is a 1947 Marine Jeep Trailer made by Banta. Trailer is in complete working order. As expected, a few small dents and rust spots. Hitch has been replaced to be used by a normal vehicle. Wiring has been refurbished and is in great shape.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $13,000
Looks like a solid flattie.
“1946 Willy’s Jeep and M-416 Military Trailer
Clean…must see. They have some back taxes from not being driven much recently.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $300.
Doyle spotted this trailer. It looks like a good price if the rust isn’t too bad.
“i have a military trailer in pretty good condition, good tires, heavy duty trailer, title in hand, 1inch7/8 ball…300.00 or best offer”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Originally listed as a 1947, the buyer discovered a data plate indicating it was a 1943.
“1947 Willys Military Trailer
Good restoration project. In good condition. Model MBT 1/4 ton trailer.
Has current PTI plate. Any questions please call.
Asking $850 or best offer.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2200.
“I have a fairly complete, original, unrestored, and solid WW2 1943 Willys MBT trailer. It’s been painted a few times. But a quick pressure wash revealed the original OD, USA numbers, stars, and unit markings. We have plenty of restored Jeeps and trailers out there, and this one should be cleaned up and preserved as is.
The only parts missing are the two rear reflectors, wiring and both tail lights. Original lunette, chains, drawbar, leg, hand brake, dataplate, fenders, combat rims . . . and the kicker . . . NO tail gate!
I’ve had this for over a year, and actually used it a few times to haul plastic bottles and cans to the recycling center. It tows great and the hand brake works as it should. Current California PTI registration to my name. The previous owner had a coupler hitch attached, but fortunately used the original holes up front. I just recently removed the drawbar, leg, and lunette for storage. But you get everything shown in the photos.”
Tom Perkins’ company Treeline Teardrop Trailers out of Petaluma, California, offers both road and offroad trailers. Tom’s considering the purchase of a CJ-3B, which I think would look good pulling on his trailers. Here’s an example of the offroad one below.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $15,000
Bill’s willing to sell his jeep for the right offer.
“I am thinking about selling my 1952 willys m38 and just want to see what interest is out there for it. It is a good running driving jeep. The engine has less than 1000 miles since it was rebuilt last spring. It is still 24 volt. Everything but the fuel gauge works. Tires are also new with about 1000 miles on them. The paint is not perfect but good for a driver jeep. I would be looking for $15,000 or best reasonable offer on this jeep. You could not build one for less. The photos show a winch on it, the winch would not be included with the sale. It is painted the original USAF strata blue. The trailer pictured as already been sold.”
This appears to have a MB/GPW replacement body and a M-38 windshield. For some reason the windshield isn’t pulled tight to the cowl.
“A fully restored in great condition 1946 jeep/willy with a trailer. Fully restored. Comes with the top cover and trailer, gas tanks, extra radiator, spare tire and much more.
For more info please contact me at 573-778-0605- Stephen”
UPDATE: Still Available
(11/19/2013) It includes two combat wheels.
“This is a WWII military Jeep trailer manufactured by Bantam in 1945.
It is in very original and complete condition – still in its original Marine Corp colors and markings.
Some rust along front edge where front panel meets the angle iron on front of frame. Some cracks in bed. Has a tailgate modification – but was done with clean cuts straight up and down and real panel still in place for restoration. The best possible tailgate scenario for restoration.
Has all original reflectors, two combat wheels, original lunette set-up, one safety chain, even has one black out light still in place!”
UPDATE: Was listed at $500. Sold quickly.
This appears to have promise.
“pulls down road fine needs restored or use as is, no title”
UPDATE: This appears to have sold. Was listed at $600.
“Just traded a 1948 bantam jeep trailer, but didn’t fit my needs. Descent shape, some rust in bed, pintle hitch, great tires, pulls great. Titled with perm plate. $600.”
Looks like this has new tires.
“Jeep By itself.. is 7500
Has a Buick V6… Runs Very nice and smooth..
12000 k winch ..
Has good tires… 90% Tread..
Original Seats… great shape…
4 wheel hubs… all four lock and unlock…
body … really good… not perfect… but as you see in the pics.. it’s pretty straight…
Used mainly for deer hunting..
bed liner inside…
3 spd… w/538 gears… great wheeler…
Model 18 T Case…
Comes with matching Willys Bantam 1942 trailer… 2800 by itself…
Current reg and title…. in hand….”
Mark posted this trailer over at warjeeps.com
“Good condition. Body has been sandblasted and painted. Canvas top custom-fit to trailer. Solid floorboards.