- This Page: Introduction, Links and Restoration Resources (E-mail discussion group -- see below.)
- Part 2: Pre-WWII Civilian Trailers and WWII Light Amphibious Trailers (Willys MBT, Bantam BT3)
- Part 3: Post-WWII Light Duty Civilian Utility Trailers (Bantam BT3-C)
- Part 4: Post-WWII Civilian Trailer Features and Variations (Covers, spare tire)
- Part 5: Post-WWII Military 1/4 Ton Trailers (M-100, M-416)
From 1946 Bantam Advertising to Dealers:
"For five years American Bantam was exclusively on War Work. The first Army Jeep was designed and built at American Bantam. This is considered one of the outstanding contributions to World War II.
"Our output of Jeeps, Axles, Ammunition Units, Airplane Parts, Trailers, etc., has run into a figure of over two million dollars a month. Over one hundred thousand Trailers were delivered to the Army during the last three years.
"The All-Purpose Utility (trailer) is the peace-time counterpart to our light Amphibious Trailer, which has been used in every part of the world where the Allied Armies have operated. It is of the same sturdy construction, revamped to meet peacetime needs."
|E-mail discussion group.|
||Includes trailer parts drawings and Jon Rogers' "Focus on Trailers" pages.|
1946 Bantam T3-C #9466
by Robert Bills
|Nice restoration as camping trailer.|
Jeep 1/4-ton Trailers
at Brian's Military Jeeps
|Good photos and information on details.|
M416 Trailer Project
by Pete Elton.
|Well-documented restoration and links.|
|Golden Mile Sales, Inc.||Bantam Parts dealer in Pennsylvania.|
|Converto Airborne Dumping Trailer||Dave Aro's web page.|
|Bantam BT3-C Trailer||Photos of Mike Boyink's trailer restoration project.|
|The Bantam T3-C Page||The most info on this trailer that I have seen on the Net.|
|Beachwood Canvas Works|
New Jersey, USA
|Antique military & off-road vehicle canvas & parts specialists.|
|Portrayal Press||Reprints of military and civilian documentation.|
Army Jeep Parts
|Military vehicle parts including repro trailer manuals.|
Continue to Pre-WWII and WWII Jeep Trailers.