I have a very nice 1974 Trillium
13' for sale
. It has the standard configuration of a gaucho in front that converts to a bunk bed with storage cabinets below, small kitchenette on the street side with stove, sink, and 3 way refrigerator
(12v, 110v, gas) 1 storage cupboard below and 2 cupboards above. Across the rear is a dinette that folds down into a bed, with storage lockers and water tank under the seats, there is a cutlery tray built in under the table. On the street side there is a tall hanging closet with another small closet above. Around the upper front and the upper rear of the trailer there are the original factory moulded fiberglass storage shelves. The fresh water system has a holding tank with a hand pump as well as a city water hook-up. These were built without holding tanks. The electrical
system has a 110v hook up to supply the fridge
and 1 light
with receptacle, there is a 12v battery
system to supply the balance of the interior lighting
, this unit was not supplied with a converter when built. There is a good canopy with full add-a-room in all its '70's flower power splendour. All of the windows
are operating and have additional "no see um" extra fine screening.
This unit was brought from Canada in 2004 and is now Registered in North Carolina. All systems were working well when it was put away late last fall
. The tires
are in good condition and includes a brand new matching spare. It is fitted with electric brakes
and the standard 7 pin Bargman Plug. Overall this trailer is in good shape for a 30 year old unit. The upholstery is original and still quite serviceable. The exterior finish is quite good except for a small amount of "experience" in the lower front corners which have a small amount gravel chips, which is quite normal.
This is a "Go Camping Now" trailer, and upgrades or modifications would strictly be a personal "Choice", not "required"
I am asking $3900.00 for this unit. If you have any questions, post a note here or PM me. The previous owner has also volunteered to answer any questions you might have. You can contact him by PM to "Charlie C" (member on this board) or e-mail <(1charlie(at)interlog(dot)com)>, he will also respond to any questions posted here.
The attached photo collage was taken in the spring of 2004.