Lisa, I am no expert on Scamps, but I will pass on what I know of the pros and cons of a Trillium
There are three big jobs to be done with Trilliums.
1) The door sags, and needs to be re-installed, but this is typical of all fibreglass eggs.
2) The plywood frame around the windows
rots and needs to be replaced.
3) The belly band eventually leaks
. The fix is easy, but takes some time.
My First Belly Band Thread
- The Trillium has large jalousie windows
on all four sides. I would look for one with a kitchen window and a window in the door.
- The interior furniture is glassed in. No rivets to leak.
- The more square shape gives a larger feel to the interior.
- The cab is relatively easy to remove from the frame 6 or 8 bolts (8 on a 4500) and the gas and electrical
connections are all that is required to pull off the cab.
- Available in some kwell retro colours, like green outside, orange inside.
I am the owner of four, and counting Trilliums, so you can assume what I would recommend.