Discussion in 'Jeep Trailer Tech' started by 97XJ_95YJ, Aug 13, 2008.
That is one SLICK looking 5!!!
Is yer Jeep on fire?
I think it is one of them "GREEN" converted wood fired steam engines in thar.
na lol theres a fire place going right behind it
2011 calendar photo submission candidate there
Thanks a lot!
I would really like to be able to post an updated picture in this thread with the M100 restored, but I haven't had the time for it yet.
Hopefully this winter the trailer will match the Jeep!
Lol maby. I think its a touch too small for that. Though i can take more. Theres plenty more wood where that came from hehe
Here's mine. It's not really 'in use' but I had just done the bumpers on the CJ and then cleaned up and painted the trailer to match.
It's a 50' trailer for sure (looks great from 50' away) but it is solid and very functional so I love it. I do still need to paint the wheels white.
A picture of my 1952 M100 trailer after I finished it and a picture of it being raced down the river against other trailers! Yes it floats and yes it won the race!
I'm painting mine to match the Jeep body color and was thinking about going black fenders too...glad to see a pic of one, I like it.
Great picture. It reminds me of the Led Zepplin IV album:
Anyone have any new pics for here?
Does this count?
It sure does!
I really like your set-up!
Do you get much use out of your trailer?
I don't use it a lot. I finished it about a year ago, and I use it for hauling stuff sometimes instead of my truck, just for fun. Haven't been Jeep camping since I rebuilt it.
Here are some pics of my trailer "in action" as part of my WW2 USMC display at the recent WW2 reenactment at Midway Village in Rockford Il.
I have a Civilian Bantam trailer that gets used mostly for camping trips and hauling a Hobie Pro Angler kayak. Except for the Max Coupler that replaced the worn out stock Fulton hitch it is stock, the hitch is easily returned to stock as nothing was hacked up. I am the second owner, it was owned by one family for over 55 years.
Here are some recent photos of the CDN M101 in action on a recent deer hunt. Enjoy!
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