Trailer, 2 Wheel, 1/4 Ton, MB-T (Willys) and T3 (Bantam) (G-529) The World War II jeeps (Willys MB and Ford GPW) used the 1/4 ton MB-T trailer manufactured by Willys or the nearly identical T3, made by Bantam. The post-war M-100 1/4 ton trailer was very similar, but set up for the 24 volt M-series vehicles. Approximately 60,000 of the Willys MB. This Bantam T-3 Trailer was built on May 5, 1944 and was serial number 42658. Editing software for mac free. Your trailer does seem to be a Bantam.with the ACM number of '116858' it would be too late to have been A Willys and too early to have been one of the other mfgers I believe. The USA on the rear is not original to that trailer and would be from an August 1943 Bantam with an ACM number around 57,000.
Your trailer does seem to be a Bantam..with the ACM number of '116858' it would be too late to have been A Willys and too early to have been one of the other mfgers I believe. The USA on the rear is not original to that trailer and would be from an August 1943 Bantam with an ACM number around 57,000.
I do not have many trailers with an ACM near yours that have a data plate so this estimate is close.
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- Bantam T3-C Data Plate History R ecently discovered data plate change in the 30XXX serial number range. Robert is also going to research reproduction of this late brass style tag. For an accurate and superior quality replacement data plate or repair visit our generous sponsor and click the trailer link.
- The museum's Bantam, bearing serial number 1007, was number 7 of the 62. It was delivered to the Army on November 29, 1940, and transferred to the museum in 1944. Location Currently on loan Object Name Automobile, 1/4 Ton, 1940 truck, Bantam date made 1940 maker American Bantam Car Company place made.
Serial Number: 49555
Can you email me the number of spring leaves, your name and city in France for my records?
I would also suggest you carefully check the drawbars and the lip the hand brake is bolted to for some stamped in numbers. They might be from the French Army, but they might be the original serial number or the USA number!
|“Trailer is in good condition. Vintage condition is good for restoration project. Currently registered and used for camping. Metal and steel in good condition.”|
|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|