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Old 01-28-2009, 09:42 PM   #15
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Well Doug, I don't know about you but today I was picking up my son at 5:30 ... and lo and behold it was still light out!

Once the days's starting getting longer I always feel spring is here.

Totally off-topic but this is the time of year I started looking for my first Trillium last spring. Trying to find one for my co-programmer and there is just nothing out there this year. I wonder if everything small and FG got snatched up last year because of the high gas prices and nobody wants to sell 'em.
The owner of a town house we went to view this last Sunday (for possible purchase of) turns out to be a car guy as well. In my conversation with him he reinterated that he just sold (gave away) his Boler (13ft) a few weeks ago $2500!!!

You never got back to me Booker (I don't think, anyway) about the size needed for your contact.
I know where there are now 2 ~ 17fters for sale.... Sign of the times? Maybe. The fellow hot rodder is just down sizing (as I am) preparing to possibly move.

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Old 01-28-2009, 10:04 PM   #16
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Sorry Doug, I did ask him and then he told me he was going to Uruguay for 2 months and I was so envious I quit talking to him for a week. We have one of the very few jobs where you can work from anywhere - I just didn't expect him to work from an 'anywhere' for that long and with that kind of surfing

He has a gutless Dodge Caravan. It's rated for 3500lbs but we can't see it pulling anything bigger than a 13'. He and his wife loved our Trillium - partially because of how we had updated it and partially because at 6'5" he can 'almost' stand up in it - just couldn't see that in a Boler =)

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Old 01-29-2009, 10:34 AM   #17
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Right (height) you are about Boler inside height. Trilliums are only slightly taller as are 'most' 17'ers.

P.S. What are YOU doing in May???
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Old 01-29-2009, 12:16 PM   #18
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This is just a thought but have you checked out the trailers on the Bolerama forum? There's a Tril there right now. Go to......
......scroll down to the Forums and click on. Like FG RV, it's a free forum and although mainly Boler there is a lot of usefull information there and sometimes there are other makes for sale.

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