View Full Version : Ex-British Army Sankey Trailers for sale in California.

11-02-2007, 02:36 AM
Genuine ex-British Army wide-track 'wolf' type trailers.
In good used condition direct from the UK.
C/w overun brakes, handbrake, stabiliser bar, tailgate, NATO hitch & convoy lighting systems.

These trailers were specifically designed for use with the Land Rover Defender and are basically indestructible! Built to a spec not a price, these were never available on the civilian market.

These double the cargo capacity of a 90 and are rated to carry 3/4 ton. They will follow the Land Rover anywhere on or off-road.

Very limited quantity. Also tool-box ('damaged aircraft workshop') version available.

Available now in the Northern California, San Francisco area. E-mail for more details and pictures.


11-02-2007, 06:10 AM
How much?
Why not post some pics here?

11-02-2007, 06:37 AM
Genuine ex-British Army wide-track 'wolf' type trailers.
these were never available on the civilian market.
Hmmm, it must be stolen then.

11-04-2007, 01:29 AM
lol...! never available NEW on the civilian market. These are ex-British army. Prices start at $1250 rising to $1650 depending on condition. All are useable as is, just some have flaky paint etc. Also x1 Sankey 'damaged aircraft repair' toolbox trailer available.

If someone can tell me how to post pictures I will, or e-mail me and I can forward them.

These are the trailer to have if you have a Land Rover 90/110, Series.


11-04-2007, 07:19 AM
Uploading photos is easy. You already have a yahoo.com account.

1. Go to www.flickr.com and sign-up using your yahoo email.
2. Upload all the photos you want to flickr.
3. Once these are up on their webserver, you can then "Copy" the URL link of each photo.
4. Go to the RN forum thread you started and either edit the existing post or reply.
5. Click on the small yellow postage stamp (mountain and sun) in the line up of WYSIWYG comands just above where you type (it is the 5th one from the right).
6. "Paste" the URL link of the photo you would like to use.

11-05-2007, 01:03 AM


11-05-2007, 08:46 AM
I helped you out... there were a few more coding steps involved.




11-05-2007, 09:51 AM
Damn I want that Tool box. what a great camp kitchen it would be. If only I could cook.
Not counting liberals and tree eaters, how come all the good **** is on the wrong side of the country?

11-07-2007, 01:42 AM
Thanks for the help with the pictures. The toolbox trailer is awesome... It is higher spec than the standard British Military toolbox trailer as it was built for 'damaged aircraft repair' (Thats what is says on the ID plate) very rare. I only have one to sell... there is no doubt its the only one in the US.

Les Parker
11-08-2007, 01:41 PM
Any prices for these? The shop trailer looks like it may fit the needs !!

11-10-2007, 08:28 PM
Make me an offer... Remember -I only have one of these to sell. I also forgot to mention that the toolbox trailer has disc brakes. Its built like a tank...

06-02-2008, 10:03 AM
I need to move the Toolbox trailer. First $1995 takes it home.

The cargo versions are now sold.

Contact me for more details.