Being an auction junkie myself, I can relate to your thoughts as you walked away from the Trillium
. Been there, done that, kicked myself in the same part of my anatomy afterwards.
Who knows...the frame could have been cracked in three places, the floor might have been rotted thru' and the mold may have been just getting into high gear...
Then again, it maybe did go for $100 "as is , where is" !!!
Look at it this way, too...if you had bought it, you might still be there, trying to un-stick the flat tires
from the mud, at the same time wondering why one side of the unit is 4" lower than the other, why the tires
won't take air, and hoping the wheel bearings will last out the drive home.
.......Just trying to make you feel better !!
From one 73 Trill owner to another...