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Old 02-07-2012, 12:01 PM   #1
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Trillium 13' - 1976 - $8800

I can't read french, but this is the one of the nicest Trillium restores I have ever seen. Not sure why they have the emergency escape in the front.

Trillium 13' - Québec Caravanes classiques à vendre - Kijiji Québec
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Old 02-07-2012, 03:40 PM   #2
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hmmm....it's nice, sure, but nothing nicer than alot seen here! personally, i think that it is priced quite steeply.
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Old 02-07-2012, 04:58 PM   #3
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hmmm....it's nice, sure, but nothing nicer than alot seen here! personally, i think that it is priced quite steeply.
Can't argue with the price being too high, since I am looking for something $3000 or less, preferably a 4500.
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Basically it says:

Trillium 13 foot, 1976 all fibreglass. restored to new condition from A-Z. Interior and exterior repainted, new cushions, new tires, new (something or other that I don't get), AM/FM/MP3 player, Cupboard doors and floor are new. Fridge is 12V, 110V, and Propane. 2 burner stove, chemical toilet, bike rack. 20 liter water tank. All works perfectly. Lots of room, sleeps 4, perfect for a small family. Weighs about 950 lb, could be pulled by a 4 cyl car. Must be seen. Very good. Call 450-267-0531
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Old 02-07-2012, 09:20 PM   #5
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(something or other that I don't get),
Back up camera

Lots of goodies to justify a higher price but yeh, still not a bargain.
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Old 02-07-2012, 10:39 PM   #6
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Wonder where they got those formed fiberglass upper storage cabinets (front, back and sides)... I've never seen anything like those before..wonder if that is something new from Outback or Trillium...............
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That front upper storage is removable, in pictures 2 and 3 of the original ad on Kijlj with the front bunk raised it is gone.
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dave--the thing you didn't get in your translation was the back-up camera.
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Wonder where they got those formed fiberglass upper storage cabinets (front, back and sides)... I've never seen anything like those before..wonder if that is something new from Outback or Trillium...............
Not from Outback. I was there last week and they still make a fairly minimal corner cabinet.
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It's really nice but it does not weigh 950 lbs. It has a fridge, a heater, an awning, and that front pod.

*stepping back from my 950 lb police position*
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dave--the thing you didn't get in your translation was the back-up camera.

I sorta thought that's what it was, but I didn't want to put that in if I wasn't sure. My "Phrench" is more than just a tad rusty!
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That thing looks AWESOME! I'm wondering if that propane tank box was custom built, or could it possibly be off the shelf for the trillium. Does anyone know?

I have a 2012 trillium 1300 that I'd love to have that sort of box for!
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dave--the thing you didn't get in your translation was the back-up camera.
"caméra de recul" = back-up camera

Way too expensive. That's a 4,500$-5,00$ Trillium. A Trillium 5500 loaded and in very good condition would be about 8.000$.
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Has anyone seen those cabinets before..I thought by now someone would have posted a source but I guess "NOT"..............
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