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Yes, the T would be right for the apparent age. Austin 7 axles seemed to be highly favoured for small trailers in the 1930's. If that is also a small ring hitch , it to is correct for the date. Is it a front or back axle? I've seen both used to make trailers out of. As for it being Military, a lot of stuff was made by local workshops for Home Gaurd and Civil Defence use, so wouldn't look out of place. Classic car owners would bite your hand of for it.

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13 minutes ago, fatcodycat said:

But the draw bar looks different on the pratt trailers? shown on the web link.

 

Yes, but it was just to show the type of trailers that were available in the 1930's.

Also, it might not be the original drawbar. 

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