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Old 08-11-2007, 03:24 PM   #1
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I have a 1976 Surfside trailer (same mold as Trillum) for sale. It sleeps 4 people by means of converting the sofa into bunks and the dining table into a 54 inch bed. It has a 3 way fridge, 2 burner stove, furnce, 12v/110v battery converter, and is fitted with electric brakes. It also has one propane tank, a spare tire, and a pota-potty. Also have original owners manual for the unit and all appliances. The unit is in excellent condition inside and out, however it does need a new water tank as the current one is cracked and not repairable. Really nice cream and tan color combination. Have upgraded to a 19 ft Biggar. Trailer is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Would be prepared to consider delivery. $5000. Gary
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Old 08-11-2007, 03:46 PM   #2
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Old 08-11-2007, 06:43 PM   #3
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What is the non white surface area by the dining window on either side ? Were the wood frames removed at one point and the ensolite ripped ? Just curious. Other than that it's in Great shape! Very nice trailer. I have a Surfside and love it's size on the inside.
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It's two spots where the spray foam has worn off. I am repairing it this weekend with white silicone. My dad did some repair work on his 17 foot boler with silicone and you can't see where the repair work was done.
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This is your dad, don't use silicon, use LATEX caulking! You can't paint silicon.
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Dad's checking up on you online Gary!

Very nice looking Surfside BTW, I'm sure you'll have a buyer in no time!
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Old 08-12-2007, 02:43 PM   #7
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Dad's checking up on you online Gary!

Very nice looking Surfside BTW, I'm sure you'll have a buyer in no time!

Latex/silicone its like kleenex or skidoo. I am using a calking compound that cane be painted over. Sorry DAD!
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This trailer has now been sold
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I could swear I saw that exact trailer today in Southern Manitoba - cool.
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I could swear I saw that exact trailer today in Southern Manitoba - cool.
Well we sold it to a woman who wanted to use it to travel to her daughter's horse shows around the province so you probably did see it.
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Well we sold it to a woman who wanted to use it to travel to her daughter's horse shows around the province so you probably did see it.
Nope wasn't us!! We have visited Oak Lake, Dauphin, Stonewall and Russell Manitoba with it. Love having heat!! So far I have replaced the carpet with laminate flooring, painted the furnace grate, and am in the process of having the cushions reupholstered. Then it is time to put it away before the snow flies!
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