A Trillium and a Scamp - Fiberglass RV

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Old 02-08-2012, 05:01 PM   #1
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A Trillium and a Scamp

We just got done looking at two more molded fiberglass trailers that are for sale and want to pass on the information.

They are both at Larry St. Johns & Co Ltd in Gardena, CA (near Long Beach) and are a part of a very ecletic collection of cars, boats, motorhomes and busses Larry owns. If you are interested in seeing them, contact Robert at threeten sixthirty fiftyeight twentyeight-They can be seen 10-6 at their place of business.

The Scamp
This is said to be a 1989, 12' Scamp. It appears to be in fair shape but hasn't been used in many years. There is no apparent damage other than weathering. Will need tires soon

The Trillium
This is said to be a 1978, 15' Trillium in about the same condition as the Scamp but it also has a front bathroom/dressing area. Will also need tires soon.

The seller is asking $5000 for either rig, is very firm on the price, and will not haggle as he believes that being "Rare" makes them worth the price.
(Hmmm,,, Thats two days in a row I have heard that pitch)

Anyway, both look like easy restorations and, if the price sounds OK, take a look see.

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Old 02-08-2012, 07:11 PM   #2
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I've been seeing more and more Scamp ads with the description of "rare" in them. I dont consider something I can pick up the phone and order an exact duplicate "rare". Am I alone in this thinking???


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Old 02-08-2012, 07:14 PM   #3
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I like my steaks rare, but not my trailers.
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Old 02-09-2012, 12:16 PM   #4
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The Trillium 4500 with a front bathroom in the factory configuration is a bit rare, (they are still available) but in my opinion, that is because it is a bad design. No shower, an unnecessary sink, and very little storage compared to the gaucho. I would like to find a cheep 4500 with a saggy roof and a messed up gaucho, so I can put in a front bathroom like a scamp has.
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