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.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1500.
It was produced after the war, but still a neat trailer.
“A very unique and rare trailer as used by the military to be towed behind a Jeep.”
This trailer looks like a good price.
“Sweet 1966 Jeep Style Army Trailer in great working Condition! 12 volt wired w original lights! Pintle hitch set up w working ha d brake. Comes w spare!
Will sell fast!
750 or best offer.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7500
(11/09/2013) As you can see, the interior needs a little work.
Body is in great shape, needs interior, 327 sbc, turbo 350 transmission, 391 pos. rear, custom trailer to match.
for more info call Joe @
UPDATE: Price dropped to $17,000.
(11/07/2013) Here’s a nice looking pair.
“1942 Willys Jeep. Many newer parts including canvas top. Has combat wheels and military tires. In good working condition. 4 wheel drive working fine. Also included is a WWII Bantam Jeep trailer. Jeep and trailer sold as a pair.
These Jeeps are becoming very rare and are a definite collector’s item. PARADE READY!
Vehicle is located in Mt. Vernon. Call to arrange a showing.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2000
This trailers looks good.
“1947-1949 Bantem Trailer. 3 New Aluminum Mags and Desert Dueler P225-75R-15 tires. Custom made Stainless Steel Top. Custom made Tongue rack with two mounted 5 gallon gas cans. Trailer Jack. Wood Flooring over metal. Interior tool box. Locks on top and gas cans. Excellent condition.”
This green trailer ($1295) was highlighted in a Craigslist ad. It’s built and sold by Endurance Trailers out of Groveport, OH. It looks like they have a variety of Bantam-like models.
“Bantam style Off-Road Trailer
Constructed from heavy duty steel, fully welded seams, wrap around running board/step/luggage platform. Extremely versatile, rugged, and durable. The interior of bed had been coated with Herculiner. LED lights. Wheel & Tire options available.
Email: RickJR @ EnduranceTrailers . com
Call/Text: 614-522-WELD (9353)
Never seen a Cherokee turned into a trailer!
“1988 cheroke half shell with pink slip trailer with pink slip single 12 bolt truck axle”
This has potential.
“This is a restorable 1943 Bantam Jeep trailer designed to go behind the MB / GPW Jeeps. It is straight and not rusty. It does have a few man made holes in the front and the floor. It has the original date plate. The lunette needs work but it there as well as the parking brake. Fenders are gone but replacements are easily found. Restore or use as it is. $650.00 email with your phone number and I’ll call you back”
This might be worth a look.
“This is an old WWII jeep trailer. Mostly original I repacked the bearings and put new military tires on it. Also installed and wired new lights
call or text 5412799233″
This sure looks like a good deal.
“American Legion Post 518 is selling their 1952 M38A1 Military Jeep & Trailer. This has been driven in parades for many years. It looks & drives well. 4 wheel drive & high/low range works properly. Lost our place to store it.”
“Jeep Trailer manufactured by Bantam, model T3-C. This is the civilian model of the military jeep trailer. It has 15″ jeep wheels, working tailgate, working lights, licensed, jack stand by hitch, 2″ ball hitch and solid steel plate in the bed, spare tire and mount. No rust holes, good useable condition or ready for a restoration, these trailers have a website. It is probably a 1947 by the serial number on the original Bantam ID plate which I have. I also have the rare original oak top bows for an additional 250.00.
Call 559 877-4310 to come out and make an offer.”
“1944 WWII Willys MB Jeep- SN: MB52848. Restored in the late ’80s, starts and runs good. Small oil leak (transmission) recently passed NYS inspection. Matching WWII trailer available. $15,000 for both jeep and trailer. Call 3 one five – 5 three six – 2 3 nine 4 for questions or more information.
Both the jeep and trailer appear solid.
“Jeep willys m38a1 mostly original ,mechanically rebuilt . Still has all army stuff. Comes with original army two wheel trailer. Must sell 6800.00 or best offer 507-213-9515″
Nice looking combo.
“1952 Willy’s Jeep with matching trailer
Owner’s family no longer uses the Willy’s for family summer camping trips. Very well restored and maintained. Receipts for EVERYTHING ever purchased or done to the vehicle. The Willy’s is available to inspect Monday thru Friday 7:30am to 4:30pm. The list below is just the basic information. This vehicle has quite a bit done. Please ask for any additional information and/or photos. You can reach me via cell phone at 559-790-3287 will entertain reasonable offers
This looks solid.
“Nice Bantam TC-3, (probably 1947 by serial #) licensed, all lights work, spare tire and mount, tail gate works, 2″ hitch mount, steel plate in bed, no rust holes, the wheels are 15″ CJ5. I have the original Bantam plate with the serial number. I also have the original top bows for an additional $250.00. Trailer is ready to use or restore to original. Call 559 877-4310 to come take a look.”
UPDATE: Was $11,000. **SOLD**
This includes a trailer.
“This 1947 Willys Jeep CJ2A has been well taken care of and runs great. It was made to run through almost any terrain. A jeep this nice is hard to find at this price. No need to restore. It also comes with a tandem trailer built specifically for this jeep. It also comes with a complete top including doors.”
“1952 willys jeep for sale. Rebuilt engine runs and drives great. Also comes with a military trailer. 5000.00 OBO. For more info call or text 573-822-6306″
Matt wrote me today, letting me know that there’s a raffle for a M-100 trailer at Midwestmilitary.net. Tickets are $20. Proceeds go to help Gary Wirth’s hospital expenses, a result of his battle with cancer. The drawing will be held December 7, 2013. You can purchase a ticket here: http://www.midwestmilitary.net/raffle.html
Learn more about Gary and his fight here: http://www.ewillys.com/pdf/GWRT-FINAL.pdf
“This trailer was donated for raffle by Al and Kelly Lehmann. They had it totally restored by Gary Wirth last fall. It was totally dismantled and rebuilt, including new bearings, brakes, wiring and tires.
Painted in 24087 color scheme. This trailer was not rusty before it was restored. It was a super clean trailer that came from a local city garage that always kept it inside. We have the original data plates and a new set of reproduction plates that will be added soon. Date of delivery is 10/52 and serial number 382368. The original manufacturer was Dunbar-Kapple. Between the cost of purchasing the trailer and the restoration, there is over $3000.00 invested. The wiining ticket holder will be responsible for picking up the trailer or shipping expenses. We can help with the shipping arrangements, so don’t let that stop you from purchasing a chance to win this beautiful piece of history.”