PEI (Canada) - 1972 Trillium 1300 C-Channel Frame- $3800 - Fiberglass RV


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Old 01-06-2014, 02:58 PM   #1
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PEI (Canada) - 1972 Trillium 1300 C-Channel Frame- $3800

1972 (or possibly '73) Trillium Travel Trailer **PEI** - New Brunswick Travel Trailers, Campers For Sale - Kijiji New Brunswick Canada.

Date Listed 14-Nov-13
Price $3,800.00
Address Winsloe, PE C1E 1Z2, Canada
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For Sale By Owner
Year 1972

1972 or 73 Trillium 1300 fiberglass trailer. Weighs approx 1300lbs and is 13ft. Easy to haul with almost any vehicle. Table folds down into a double bed and couch folds into bunks. Suitable for three people.
Purchased in 2005. Inside was painted and new cupboards, curtains and upholstery added in 2005. Is road ready but could use a little TLC again on the inside just to freshen up and put your on touch on it!
Outside was painted along with frame in 2006. New indoor lights and indoor outlet added in 2007. LOCATED on PEI!!!!!
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Old 01-07-2014, 04:50 PM   #2
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Looks to be in great shape at a great price. I don't think it's a 1972 model (based on the door handle), looks a little newer.

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Old 01-07-2014, 07:36 PM   #3
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Looks to be in great shape at a great price. I don't think it's a 1972 model (based on the door handle), looks a little newer.

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Harvey, There was a time that I would have agreed with you, but evidence found on the serial number list does not support your assertion.
Serial numbers on a Trillium

Serial number, 13-645 puts this door latch style on a 1972, with a manufactured date sticker, and the same type of frame. I suspect that you are referring to the round door latches that the 1971, and earlier Trilliums have.

The confusion about years is kinda why I started the serial number list. The fact that several of the trailers on the list have a manufactured date sticker on them has convinced me that, since Trillium built trailers up to a year before they sold them Many people registered their trailers as being manufactured in the year that they purchased them. This has skewed many Trilliums by a year.
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Old 01-08-2014, 05:09 PM   #4
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Harvey, There was a time that I would have agreed with you, but evidence found on the serial number list does not support your assertion.
Serial numbers on a Trillium

Serial number, 13-645 puts this door latch style on a 1972, with a manufactured date sticker, and the same type of frame. I suspect that you are referring to the round door latches that the 1971, and earlier Trilliums have.

The confusion about years is kinda why I started the serial number list. The fact that several of the trailers on the list have a manufactured date sticker on them has convinced me that, since Trillium built trailers up to a year before they sold them Many people registered their trailers as being manufactured in the year that they purchased them. This has skewed many Trilliums by a year.
Hi David

I have a 1972, with the round latch. My spec sheet lists it as a 72 but you're right, it could be a 71.

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Old 01-09-2014, 10:49 AM   #5
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Spec sheet? I am not sure what you mean. I would really appreciate it if you could post some pictures of your trailer, and the data sheet that should be on the inside of your closet door, in the serial number thread. The more trailers on the list, the better.
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Old 01-16-2014, 04:26 PM   #6
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Spec sheet? I am not sure what you mean. I would really appreciate it if you could post some pictures of your trailer, and the data sheet that should be on the inside of your closet door, in the serial number thread. The more trailers on the list, the better.
I call it a spec sheet but I guess it's a data sheet. It's the sheet on the closet door. My trailer is put away for the winter but I can possibly do that in the spring.
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Old 01-16-2014, 05:40 PM   #7
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WOW,, I really like your Trillium, but we aren't going to be in PEI until this summer when we come to visit relatives. Hope it's gone soon.

BTW: Are you near Mermaid? My 3rd GGF Neil Munn, lived there from c.1825 he married one of the MacLeod girls who's family goes back to Adam on PEI I think.
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Old 01-16-2014, 06:11 PM   #8
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Umm.... Bob, this is a referral. I don't think the seller is a member. The seller can be contacted with the link in the original post, and this PEI link as well:
1976 Trillium travel trailer | travel trailers, campers | Charlottetown | Kijiji
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Okey Dokey, I'll contact them direct.... Bet ya didn't know that I was 1/4 Canadian via PEI
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Old 01-17-2014, 10:45 AM   #10
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Okey Dokey, I'll contact them direct.... Bet ya didn't know that I was 1/4 Canadian via PEI
Ahhh the great melting pot.

Say hi to my boss. She is on PEI.

Hey! I thought you were reducing your fleet?

You should be aware that the C channel frame has forward facing swing arms, just like a Boler.
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RE: Reductions

Well ya.... but a guy has to have something to do to keep him out of trouble. Since my recent staffing reduction took place I am almost bored out of my skull looking for something to work on. I have a large garage full of tools and RV parts just sitting there.

My usual format is to: A) Buy that RV I've always wanted, Fix it up so it is perfect for my use, C) Find something that I wanted even more. D) Wait for someone to offer me a rediculous price for what I have. E) Sell it and return to step A).....

I learned that I always have to have two RV's in the cycle at all times or I could wind up without anything.

Of the last 4 FGRV's I have sold, while they were "Finished", they all sold for well over what I would have paid for them. There is a niche market for near perfect turnkey FGRV's and there are peeps with the money to buy them that want Plug & Play rigs.

But I do have a few small projects I have dreamed up for the Hunter, as long as it stays above 75 degrees through February!
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Old 01-17-2014, 02:39 PM   #12
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Well, if you buy it, please post the serial number, so I can add it to the serial number list.
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