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Old 05-28-2014, 09:39 AM   #15
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A ParkLiner would fit the bill nicely. ...... Problem is they're hard to find used.

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And it seems that they are sometimes even harder to find new
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Old 05-28-2014, 09:44 AM   #16
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And it seems that they are sometimes even harder to find new
Not anymore since Tom Bass joined the company. They're getting them out the door about one/week, and doing a great job of it, i.e., keeping everyone happy with no breakdowns in communications. You can blame it completely on Tom!

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That's really good news... Are they caught up on outstanding orders?
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That's really good news... Are they caught up on outstanding orders?
I agree, it is good news!

They have put all warranty work off till 6 (or maybe 7?) new trailers are built for customers, and they figure that will be sometime in mid to late July. Then I can get down there and get a few things done! Since I was told this a few weeks ago, I think they've been getting out one about every week. If you go to the ParkLiner tab on the home page here, you'll see what I mean. And not all new owners are on this forum. I find new ones on ParkLiner's Facebook page. Yesterday two new prospects walked in the door as well. That's all I know.

Things have really seemed to turn around there since Tom Bass stepped in.

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I find it hard to believe the Trillium's are not selling well & the parts demand for the early ones is not enough reason to continue production. Labor cost is the big issue I suppose. There is a lot of hand labor in Fiber glass items. I traveled 500 miles to buy my 1976 Trillium 13' & I love it ,warm & dry ,tows like a dream even in the cross winds. Duane
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I find it hard to believe the Trillium's are not selling well & the parts demand for the early ones is not enough reason to continue production. Labor cost is the big issue I suppose. There is a lot of hand labor in Fiber glass items. I traveled 500 miles to buy my 1976 Trillium 13' & I love it ,warm & dry ,tows like a dream even in the cross winds. Duane
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