Well, after seeing David Bradley trailers with the roadster fenders here over three years ago, I finally got mine. It was in an ad on Craigslist less than 40 miles away. Price was more than I paid for my Jeep. From the information provided on this site, looks like a 1950 or 1951. Data plate is centered on top rail, somewhat corroded. The 4 is stamped low, and very lite, 231-417 109xx. The coupler has been changed to a 2", axle is C-channel, short backstrap hinges, 16" DB tractor wheels. At some point the tires were replaced with 7.60 x 16's. Too tall and wide, wheel spacers keep them from rubbing the body. Similar dents on each side fender. Seems solid, cleaned some wadded up add on tail light brackets and wiring off. Plan to find another pair of stock 15" JEEP steel wheels to match the Matchbox. What color do you think it will be next time you see it? Chain hooks look factory to me.