Bantam 1946 (elk do not fit in jeeps well) trailer build
Not my jeep but an example of one of my jeeping issues….
I just picked up this Bantam 1946 for $175! It needs some work, but is a great start. I will be rebuilding/ restoring it. I do not think it will be restored as “period correct”, sorry. I will be making it work as best I can for my needs and budget.
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I have a 1946 T3c trailer, paid a bit more that you, but mine needed next to nothing. you got what I call a screeming deal. Yours is newer than a 1946, I cant tell you how much newer but they didn’t use that rear style for the taillights in 46. The people on the T3c website can tell you EVERYTHING. This is what the rear of a 46 t3c looks like.
Thanks I will check the year again. your rig looks great
It will be nice to pull behind my TJ-6. I am wondering if I should paint it to match or not….
Go ahead paint it to match.
Hey could you sketch up the landing leg in the 11th picture? I need to make one. I can get close just looking a photos but it would be nice to have some dimensions. It looks like ¼ X 2” stock but I don’t even know that for sure.
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