A couple of interesting features. The kitchen looks to have been entirely replaced. The stove is much larger then stock. I would say that originally it did not have a fridge
, and they added it later. The street side logo was preserved by putting the top vent for the fridge
above the belly band. The duct for this can be seen behind the stove. Very clever! It also looks like the trailer had a factory furnace
at one time, but no longer. Also, there is way more ground clearance then a stock Trillium
Please feel free to post a picture of the data sheet, that should be on the inside of your closet door, to this thread:
Serial numbers on a Trillium
Then I can add your trailer to the list. Every entry makes it easier to identify the year of your trailer by the serial number.