I'm no expert but this looks an M100 or Bantam, the predecessor to the M416. M100 had rounded & M416 had squared fenders. The M416 also incorporated a prominent hand brake. Looks like a nice trailer. Love to see what it goes for. Thanks for pointing it out.M416 military trailer at auction in Hummelstown, PA Saturday 10/27
Wrong fenders, but looks solid.
Public Auction Sale: Military Auction From WWI to present - Hummelstown, Pa
Yeah, I've been looking at these trailers for a while and learning a little along the way. I'm surprised at how much some people are asking for some pretty beat-up examples.Ah-ha! Makes sense. I had an M416 with the squared fenders, and it looked just like this except for the fenders.
So, it went from a Mud price of $60k1978 Toyota Land Cruiser TLC
Another too good to be true posting. Somebody (ad says "Proffitts") squeezed in a Vette engine in a 40. Looks like it was done well. Wonder if this is a Mudder's rig?
Update: reverse image search pulled up this:
1978 Toyota Land Cruiser TLC | eBay
Edit #2 - OK - got it now: For Sale - Proffitt’s Cruisers 1978 FJ40 TLC