I'm selling my Bantam T3-C trailer. I was in the process of restoring this to as close to original condition as possible, but I'm in a crunch being a single parent and my daughter is graduating high school this year so I could use the extra funds for her. Here are the details:
-Has been disassembled, sandblasted and primed. It's ready to be painted.
-The bottom of the tub where it attached to the frame was rusted in a few areas, but this has been fixed and the tub has been re-tacked to the frame.
-Tires for it are brand new and are Carlisle Sure Trails, 7.50-16LT.
-The landing leg is present and fully functional
-Safety and tailgate chains are also present
It will need the following:
-It is currently disassembled so it will need all of the bolts, washers and nuts to re-assemble:
Body: the tub, frame, and tailgate are one piece, but the tongue/landing leg assembly and fenders will need to be attached.
Suspension: The spring hangers will need to be bolted back on to the frame.
-Springs are there, but new spring hardware will be needed since it was rusted out. Not sure of the working condition of the springs, either, since the trailer has not been re-assembled since I've owned it.
-The axle is good, but I don't know when the bearings were greased last. I have not used the trailer, yet, myself as it was mostly disassembled when I bought it. Probably a good idea to check them just to be safe.
-There is NO floor. It was cut out by the previous owner due to rust damage. It will need the floor replacement panel or you can use boards for a floor.
-Wiring. I did buy a tailight assembly that looks similiar to the ones used on these trailers and will include it.
-The reflectors on the rear were cracked/broken so replacements will be needed.
-When it was sandblasted, the company forgot to tape off the dataplate so it is pitted. I believe it is still readable, but if not, I have the S/N on the bill of sale from the previous owner. I have it stored upright and can't see the dataplate at the moment.
-The coupler twist knob pin and other hardware was missing when I bought the trailer so I matched the coupler p/n to the OE coupler repair kit. The repair kit will be included.
I'm asking for what I have in it-$800, firm. Cash only. Please contact me via PM for my email or phone number if you're interested. I can email pics, if needed. I will do my best to respond to PM's ASAP. The trailer is located in St. Petersburg, FL. If you want to buy it and have it shipped to your location you will be responsible for all shipping/insurance costs.