ON 1988 Predom Captain Travel Trailer Model N-126N - Fiberglass RV

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Old 09-16-2018, 08:37 AM   #1
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1988 Predom Captain Travel Trailer Model N-126N

Selling our beloved Captain as we have purchased a larger trailer.

We have re-done the interior with new liner and flooring as well as re-wiring. We have the original fully-enclosed add-a-room which is as big as the trailer itself - great for breezy sites. List of features:

14 ft long (10ft box).
Weight 750kg, Tongue weight 70kg.
Fully enclosed fibreglass shell with large windows on all 4 sides.
12” wheels with spare tire included.
Rubber torsion suspension.
Galvanized steel frame.
European-style hitch with 50mm ball (included).
Mechanical surge brakes.
Tongue jack with wheel.
Sink with electric water pump and 10 liter water tank.
2 burner propane stove.
3 way Dometic refrigerator.
Hollow-door cabinetry to reduce weight.
Storage closet with shelves.
Lockable exterior front storage box with propane tank and 12v battery.
Large roof vent with electric fan (supplied but not installed - we never got around to it).
Numerous interior storage compartments.
4 person dinette converts to double bed.
2 person dinette converts to single bed.
Extra foam mattress for double bed.
Potential sleeping for 4 with optional child's hammock bed available from dealer.
Rear hitch receiver for bike rack (not included).
Lockable side access doors for exterior access to under-bed storage.
Interior re-lined with 1/4” ensolite foam and beige boat hull liner (velcro compatible).
New seamless vinyl flooring.
Rewired with extra interior and exterior 110 Volt AC and 12 Volt DC outlets.
New PD9200 Progressive Dynamics power converter/charger.
Original factory-supplied four-sided canvas add-a-room with all poles.
Original upholstery and curtains; new sheers for windows and roof vent.
New interior screens.
Curtains on kitchen window replaced with custom aluminum venetian blind.
New exterior LED light.
Mount for a TV.

Still in production, see Sunseeker models at Freedomcaravans.com.

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Old 09-16-2018, 10:01 AM   #2
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Where are you located?

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Old 09-16-2018, 11:16 AM   #3
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Location of captain

We are in Ontario, Canada about 40 miles west of Toronto.
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Old 09-29-2018, 02:11 PM   #4
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Trailer is sold.
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Old 09-29-2018, 02:39 PM   #5
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Your captain sure is a beautiful camper.
Will we still see you at Bolerama in July?
What did you get for a larger camper?
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Old 09-29-2018, 06:41 PM   #6
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We now have a 17 foot casita with bathroom (the main reason we went to bigger trailer) and twin bed layout so we don't have to crawl over each other. You will certainly see us at Bolerama 2019, this time in a trailer.

I do miss the vast storage areas in the Captain - all those tanks, pumps, pipes, furnaces etc in the Casita take up space.

The Captain is in good hands up on Georgian Bay so it is still in Ontario. The new owners have been advised about Bolerama as well as the cult of fiberglass trailers in general.

Guess I need to change my profile.
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Old 10-09-2018, 08:15 PM   #7
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Im in Ontario and a new owner of an old Trillium. Would you let me know details of 2019 Bowlerama please?
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Old 10-10-2018, 05:56 AM   #8
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Fred and Donna Taylir are coordinators. There is a Facebook page called Ontario Bolerama. Also watch the forum for rallies and meets on fiberglassrv.com.

It is usually first or second weekend in July at Long Beach Conservation Area on the shore of Lake Erie near Welland.
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Old 10-10-2018, 08:17 AM   #9
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Congrats on the Casita purchase. Yes, the storage is a bit of a problem in them but that just means you don't fill it up with junk that you never use When we sold our Ventura and moved up to the Casita 17SD, we were amazed at the pile of "stuff" that we pulled out of the Ventura. We went though it and only loaded what we needed. We added some shelves in the the closet and we took out the microwave to free up that space.

BTW we completed our second long trip with a 6 week trip from Edmonton to the maritimes and had a great time. We where chased into a gas station by a Scamp owner and he just had to do a tour.

Ours is the Spirit Deluxe so we leave the rear bed set up as a bed full time and use the side table . This saves us the problem of storing bedding during the day. We also tow with a F150 with a cap and I have made up a slide out tray to allow for easy access to the "overflow" of stuff like chairs awning and such.
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Old 10-11-2018, 06:36 AM   #10
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Yeah, who needs place settings for 6? We are keeping the microwave as I know we will use it. We've sort of practiced by sleeping in the trailer in the driveway. Twin beds are awesome when one of us is up multiple times in the night.

I'll miss the dinette though - will have to eat sitting at the end of the bed on a put-away table. Unless you go really big, like 24 feet, that is the tradeoff. We usually eat outside anyway.
If it is pouring rain we have been known to go to a restaurant. Gasp!

I like the TV in the corner too😁 we had one in the captain but it didnt have the DVD player in it so more wires.

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