BC (Canada) - Trillium 1300 - 1980 - $3995 - Fiberglass RV


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Old 08-14-2015, 02:41 PM   #1
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BC (Canada) - Trillium 1300 - 1980 - $3995

Loaded:
Door window
Kitchen window
Fridge
Furnace
Converter
Shelves front and back
Upper bunk fall prevention bar
I can't think of any options it doesn't have.

Can't tell from the pictures, but if it is a 1980, it should have what I call an "almost dinette" front. That is a gap for feet and a plywood bridge over it. Easy to convert to a front dinette.

1980 Trillium Trailer | travel trailers, campers | Williams Lake | Kijiji

Date Listed 13-Aug-15
Price
$3,995.00
Address Williams Lake, BC V2G 5E4
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For Sale By Owner
Colour Tan
Year 1980
Great shape - includes spare tire, outside awning, sink and water tank,original fridge, still works, body good, windows good, propane furnace, 2 burner propane stove. Needs some upholstery work.
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Old 08-18-2015, 06:18 AM   #2
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Dave, is this your FGRV? Any offers?
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Old 08-18-2015, 09:46 AM   #3
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No, not mine. But, I think this is currently the best deal on a Trillium in Canada.
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How long is the trailer.
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Old 08-18-2015, 11:38 PM   #5
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.... But, I think this is currently the best deal on a Trillium in Canada.
Yep !!! Very good deal !!!!
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Old 08-20-2015, 07:39 PM   #6
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Dick, This is a Trillium 1300. That is 13' long, from hitch to bumper. The coach is more like 10' long.
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Weight?

David, do you know what the weight of this trailer should be? Thanks in advance!

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Old 08-22-2015, 02:57 PM   #8
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I have a few questions. What shape is the fiberglass. It looks like it has bunk beds as well as dinner that makes a bed. How far is it to Seattle.
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Old 08-22-2015, 03:00 PM   #9
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Hi Dick,

You'll have to message the owner directly on kijiji.ca. Williams Lake is in the interior of BC. I'm sure google maps will tell you exactly how far it is.

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I have a few questions. What shape is the fiberglass. It looks like it has bunk beds as well as dinner that makes a bed. How far is it to Seattle.
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If this trailer was located closer to Vancouver the price would be much higher than what they are asking.

It is 659KM or 409 Miles from Seattle to Williams Lake BC.
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Weight?

I just spoke to the owner and he said the GVWR is 1500 lbs as stated in his closet door. My 1971 Trillium is 1200 lbs. Is there a reason for the weight difference? I see that it has the storage above and the two extra windows in the door and kitchen, but that doesn't equate to an extra 300 lbs.

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GVWR is maximum LOADED weight. Your 1200 number is dry weight I believe.
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GVWR is maximum LOADED weight. Your 1200 number is dry weight I believe.
Sorry, I neglected to put that the GVWR of my 1971 Trillium is 1200 lbs while the 1980's is 1500 lbs. Does this have anything to do with the actual weight? Does this mean that the 1980 trailer is heavier? I wish there was an actual weight put on trailer somewhere.

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Weights found on the documentation in closets in old trailers are not usually something anyone should count on as being remotely close to what you can expect the trailer to weigh loaded for camping.

Take a look at the thread Real World Weights. Unfortunately only one 13' Trillium on the list and it weighed 1840lbs total loaded for camping. Which I suspect is closer to far closer to what you should expect it to weigh than the 1200lb weight. Most of the 13' trillium owners as well as 13' Boler owners I know that have actually weighed their trailers loaded would say that their trailers weigh anywhere between 1800 and 2000lbs loaded on average.
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