Here is mine. It is a 1946 Bantam T3-C. it was the civilian version of the WW2 T3 1/4 ton military jeep trailer. It took me a year to find one that was not rusted out or beat to hell. It was fairly easy restore due to being rust free. So far it has been all over northern calif.
1981 Jeep CJ7 4.0 HO, AX-15, D300, D30, D44, SOA
1977 Chevrolet C/10 step side 454 TH400 3.73 posi
Its called the base camp. This is not my Jeep but I will post some pics of it behind my Jeep soon as I get it in. These guys priced their trailer just over $3200 and I saw it at the Texas Trophy Hunters Association in Dallas. And man its awesome and Durable.. Can't hardly wait.
They have a website. WWW.texasbasecamp.com in case anyone interested.
I've been meaning to post up my trailer pics, I bought the trailer in georgia and used it to move back to Idaho after I left the Army. Once here I decided to build a camper style under 900lbs, needless to say i think it weighs in at 903lbs.. the frame is 2x4, with aluminum siding, 10 gal fresh water tank, and 15 gallon grey water tank, queen bed, led lights, solar panel on top to charge the battery, I can survive out of it for about 2 weeks without needing much else besides water. I drew up plans after looking at teardrop trailers, I was able to keep within a budget of 1500 including price for the original trailer.
Thanks, Grogie. When these tires are nice and warn out, which they may never be, I'm going to beef them up like the ones on yours. I really like the matching sets. I do have the Jeep rims on the trailer for the time I may have a flat, but tires.... I just took what came on the rims when I got them.
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