Sale price: US $1,200.00 Make an Offer

Condition: Seller notes:
“Trailer is in good condition. Vintage condition is good for restoration project. Currently registered and used for camping. Metal and steel in good condition.”
Year: 1940 Make: BANTAM
Hitch Type: PINTLE Trailer Shape: Box
Carrying Capacity (lbs.): 30.4 cu.ft. Part Type: FACTORY WELDED (NO TAILGATE)
Enclosed Trailer: MANUFACTURE WELDED WALLS Trailer Access Type: FIXED BOX

Sonora, California, United States

Vehicle description

1940 American Bantam Car Company, T-3 BANTAM, 2 WHEEL 1/4 TON MILITARY TRAILER. Supply Arm or Service Maintaining Vehicle-Ordnance Department. Make/Model is T-3, Serial Number: 67996. Gross weight 1050 lbs, Maximum payload 500 lbs., Maximum speed 65 MPH, Cubic Content is 30.4 cu. ft. Date of delivery is 4-26-45. Please see photo of trailer ID plate. ID plate has never been removed. Has original plate rivets. I never brash brushed ID plate because I did not want to distort original aging condition. Publication applying to this trailer: Parts list: TM-10 128-1, Technical manual is T/M 10 12. Company is: American Bantam Car Co. Headquarters: Butler, PA Trailer is in good condition. Effectively articulates over mountainous and rough terrain. A great base for the trailer enthusiast, restoration project. The hand break lever is not hooked up. The socket plug is not original. Steel and metal are in good condition. Body paint is grey. Plywood is placed in the trailer bed but can be removed. Axle freely rotates and is in good working condition. Leaf springs are in good working condition. Wheels and tire are not original and in good working condition. Tires are mud/snow design. Pintle freely rotates and is in good condition. Support leg is in good working condition. Safety chains are strong and in good condition. Trailer box is factory welded and was not manufactured with a tailgate. Trailer was u sed for camping and 4x4 activities. This trailer has been functionally sound and solid. It is authentic military trailer. Title is clean and registration is current. NOTE: License plate is ugly and dented and should be upgraded to a classic plate (Ha ha ha). I would like to see this trailer sell to a true military historian and restoration enthusiast. Thank you for looking and enjoy your search for American history. Buyer is responsible for shipping arrangements and all shipping fees.