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Old 09-26-2018, 07:55 AM   #659
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Thank you Diane, but I was hoping for pictures of the trailer.
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Old 09-26-2018, 12:36 PM   #660
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Here is the interior of my 1979 1300.
Yikes I don't know why they are sideways and I can't get the photos vertical.
I will be entering them in the registry
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Old 09-26-2018, 12:42 PM   #661
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Exterior of my 1979 1300
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Old 09-26-2018, 03:39 PM   #662
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Thank you very much Diane!
A few observations:
- The cupboard doors have been replaced. They look much better then the stock particle board with mac-tack.
- The lights above the dinette have been replaced. But only at the rear. Originally there would have been lights on the side shelves as well, (is that small circle on the curb side a light?)
- The back rest/upper bunk of the gaucho is missing. I have done some drawings, if you want to replace it:
Transformer Furniture
- The fridge is not original
- The T-Molding is getting a bit wavy. It needs to be boiled. Yah, I know it sounds crazy, but it just snaps into a socket strip that is glued to the fibreglass. Pull it off, put it in boiling water and then lay it out to cool. It will cool flat. Then reinstall it.



What is below the kitchen cupboard?
What does the outside curb side of the trailer look like? Was there a furnace at one time?
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Old 09-26-2018, 03:55 PM   #663
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Hi David,
The previous owner replaced the cabinet and closet doors. He also rewired and installed LED light fixtures and updated the plugs. I have the whole upper bunk. I decided I wasn't going to use it so I detached the board, removed it and currently the cushion is over on the other side on the bed/fold down table (my son didn't fit on the bottom bunk with it still there). I forgot to put it back on the couch before taking the photo. Previous owner installed one LED puck light on the upper right shelf above the fold down table area. The owners manual for the fridge indicates it was purchased and installed in 2013. Electrical system has a new Deep cycle AGM battery and a new WFCO power converter and is set up so I can easily hook up a solar panel from the outside. The axle was replaced within the last 3 years with new electric brakes.
My projects will be straightening out the T-Molding and I'd like to polish up all the aluminum window frames inside and out.
There was a furnace below the sink but that was removed by the 2nd owner, I'm the 4th owner. That area is now a nice cabinet to put in pots and pans. I'll take a photo from the other side.
The fact that all the major work has been done was appealing to me as I don't have the time to do it, just enjoy it! I'm very happy with it!
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Old 09-26-2018, 03:57 PM   #664
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Also, when I travel alone I think I will convert that couch to a dinette. I've got two cushions that should work for the seats and I think I've found a folding table that is the right size. When I come to the rally I'll bring everything.
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Old 09-27-2018, 09:04 AM   #665
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Based on this post:
New 1300 Trillium owner...

I have the serial number wrong on the list 13-441, not 13-411.
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I am still finding new Trilliums on the Random Images:
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