Well, I'm going to miss the little guy but it's come time to move on to something bigger, so my 1975 Trillium
1300 is for sale
Located at Keswick, Ontario (about 70 KM north of Toronto).
- 3 new tires
- New leaf-spring axle
with electric brakes
in 2006 - rides a couple inches higher than stock
- 7-pin connector
- Original 3-way Fridge
- works on 110V, never tried 12V or propane
- 2 - 20 lb propane
tanks on tongue
- new tongue jack
- slip-covered cushions / new curtains / matching sheets
- all electrical
stove is functional
- new pump water tap
- misc parts I had purchased but not yet installed:
city water tap
city water hatch
fresh water fill hatch
6x8 indoor/outdoor carpet and 1 pkg laminate flooring (never did decide which way to go!)
- front bunkbed is currently dis-assembled to reduce weight
but all parts are included or could be re-assembled.
- Structurally it seems good, no leaks
that I'm aware of and frame appears to be sound.
- There is no fresh water tank, furnace
What's wrong with it? At this time the door hinges sag a bit. The door catch plate is loose and does not hold the door shut (I hope to fix this before sale). It could use a good shining up. The ensolite lining is coming loose in a few places and the seam tape is wrinkled in some areas. Some fiberglass repair has been done at the lower front. As mentioned some of the "hatches" for water, power etc are broken and I have purchased replacements.
The attached picture is with the old tires
, more pictures are located here:
Asking $CDN 3900.
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I also would like to say that while I haven't been a frequent poster, this web site has been invaluable in learning about my fiberglass trailer and trailers and towing in general, and I thank all of you for that. My new trailer is not fiberglass however... <ducking>... I still may swing by once and awhile! :-)