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Old 05-02-2006, 08:15 PM   #1
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Does anyone have info on Trillium Jubilee's? What years were they manufactured,
specification sheets, options, colors, problems, etc. Any info would be appreciated.
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Old 05-02-2006, 09:54 PM   #2
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Try Craig Heller.

He has one for sale, and I have spoken with him personally a couple years ago. He owned the Trails West Campster that we have pictures of in the albums. I had my grubby little clutches on it, but due to an eBay deal THOUGHT to have been flaked on, he actually held to the winning bidder, even tho I offered him more money.

This says a LOT for integrity.

Anyway, he seems knowledgable and he is very freindly. I am sure he won't mind sharing what info he has!
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Old 05-03-2006, 09:04 AM   #3
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Try Craig Heller.

He has one for sale, and I have spoken with him personally a couple years ago. He owned the Trails West Campster that we have pictures of in the albums. I had my grubby little clutches on it, but due to an eBay deal THOUGHT to have been flaked on, he actually held to the winning bidder, even tho I offered him more money.

This says a LOT for integrity.

Anyway, he seems knowledgable and he is very freindly. I am sure he won't mind sharing what info he has!
Thanks for the contact.
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Old 05-07-2006, 01:04 PM   #4
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I previously owned a 1979 Jubilee, and I believe there were not too many made. If my recollection is correct, I think they were manufactured for only about 2 years; 1979-80 in the last years of Trillium's operation.
I camped with the unit for 5 or 6 years, with no major problems - a few small leaks in heavy rains, all of which were found and fixed. It was in fair condition when I bought it, requiring the usual replacing of tires, battery, weel bearings, leak repairs to roof/roof vent, minor rewiring, lots of clean-up and paint and other cosmetic items. I had to replace some rotted wood in the dinette area caused by leaks in the belly band and taillights, but this is common with older trailers.
When I sold it I got pretty much what I had put into it, not including my labour. It was a fine unit and you will seldom see another one in your travels.

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Old 05-11-2006, 09:15 AM   #5
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I previously owned a 1979 Jubilee, and I believe there were not too many made. If my recollection is correct, I think they were manufactured for only about 2 years; 1979-80 in the last years of Trillium's operation.
I camped with the unit for 5 or 6 years, with no major problems - a few small leaks in heavy rains, all of which were found and fixed. It was in fair condition when I bought it, requiring the usual replacing of tires, battery, weel bearings, leak repairs to roof/roof vent, minor rewiring, lots of clean-up and paint and other cosmetic items. I had to replace some rotted wood in the dinette area caused by leaks in the belly band and taillights, but this is common with older trailers.
When I sold it I got pretty much what I had put into it, not including my labour. It was a fine unit and you will seldom see another one in your travels.

Steve.
I had only heard of two and then saw this one which led me to believe they may not have made many of them, but was looking for someone who might have more experience than i do to confirm. I also had never seen a 13' Bigfoot until a month ago. I had purchased a Trillium 1300 in Quebec an hour earlier and then saw this 1992 L'il Bigfoot sitting at a closed service station on a Sunday afternoon. I returned home(near Toronto) and bought it over the phone Monday. The owner was just going to the airport for a 2 week holiday in England so we had to wait almost 3 weeks before we could pick it up. The stove had never been used for anything but boiling water(they cooked outside on a portable propane stove), and it is generally like new inside. The best part is it has a factory front dinette so we can leave the bed made up all the time when travelling. I was going to have to modify the bunks to get this feature on the Trillium. Thanks again for the info.
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