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Old 06-22-2021, 12:43 AM   #1
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trillium 16 ft

On craigslist Spokane
16' Trilium 5500 Fiberglass Camper - $17,500 (Sandpoint)
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Old 06-22-2021, 01:06 AM   #2
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Not 16 Feet

This is a fine example of an 18' Trillium 5500. Clearly well taken care of. I wonder why they are selling. If anyone goes to visit, I would love to know the serial number.

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Meticulously maintain and upgraded Trillium 5500 camper. This is a lightweight Fiberglass clamshell style camper, like a Scamp, Casita, Escape or Bigfoot camper.

This beautiful camper has been completely remodeled with modern components
It's also been under covered storage most of its life.

Upgrades include:
Higher GVW Axle
New Dometic 3-way Fridge
New Water Heater
New 12v/120v Power Converter
New Heater
Extensive wiring upgrades/updates, with LED lights installed throughout the interior
New 2 Burner Stove
New Sink
New Cabinets
New Window Blinds
New Linoleum Flooring
New Upholstery and Foam
New Tires
New Fantastic Fan
Full Chassis Undercoat
Resealed roof
New Battery

Comfortably sleeps 4. Two dinettes that convert to beds, giving you the option to keep one as a table and one as a bed (which is what we do.)

Full length awning.

Black Water tank was removed, and it has a cassette toilet instead, for simplicity. Full stand up shower.

It weighs somewhere around 2500lbs and tows fantastic behind 1/2 ton trucks or even a smaller SUV like a 4Runner, Land Cruiser or Jeep. Or a Toyota Tacoma. (We only get 1 MPG less towing it with our Tundra, and barely notice it.)

Perfect sized camper, can still go places "off the beaten path" but spacious enough for a family of 4. Makes a great "base camp" for hiking or mountain biking adventures.

This is a solid turn-key camper, ready to go out and camp this weekend! Drives and feels nearly brand new.
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Old 06-22-2021, 01:07 AM   #3
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I like these ones.
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Old 06-24-2021, 07:19 AM   #4
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Yep, beautiful unit!
Somebody jump on this!!
(and let us know what the serial number is!) lol
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