I just bought this 13 foot Trillium
in mint condition from a guy who was only the second owner of it. Two years ago he came across a 1975 13'trillium that had not moved in 26 years. It had only been insured 3 times and apparently used only about 1 or so trips per year. All the camping equipment (pots, pans, cutlery etc. had not even been taken out of the wrappers. The original tires
still had the nibs on them, although they had become rotten with age. It had been sitting in a back yard for so long that the wheels were partially sunk into the ground and the Trailer was covered with moss. Apparently it looked worthless to anybody who doesn’t know about these trailers. He managed to get it for next to nothing. He added brand new rims/ tires
tank, regulator, gas lines, removed the body from frame, sandblasted/epoxy coated and top coated the frame (with high gloss acrylic urethane paint), completely polished the original gelcoat to high shine as well as most of the aluminium trim. He replaced the original curtains but the original cushions and foam are in perfect condition with the exception of one frayed corner on the rear cushion. I believe this trailer has got to be one of the most original and best condition trilliums around. This unit also came with all the original manuals etc. He sold it because he has a family with two kids and he wanted something bigger. Here are a few pictures.