AB SOLD: 1976 Trillium $3500 OBO - Fiberglass RV

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Old 04-27-2014, 11:12 PM   #1
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SOLD: 1976 Trillium $3500 OBO

1976 Trillium Fiberglass Trailer
Located Edmonton, AB T5G 0Z6

Very lightweight, can be towed with just about anything.

Structurally in good shape, no cracks in fiberglass or frame.

All original appliances.
Inside lights all functional.
3 way fridge (12V, 110V, Propane). Works for sure on 110V, doesn't cool as well on propane, can't confirm about 12V.
2 Burner Stove - works great
Furnace - works great
Inverter - Never used so can't confirm condition

Missing rock guard from the front window.
Windows are original, all cranks working.
The windows need to be re-sealed, some moisture in the mornings after a heavy rain.

New tires and rims purchased last year, maybe 200 km on them. New spare included as well.

The previous owner painted (non-professionally) both outside (white) and inside (blue). I was planning to clean this off, but have not had time.

Totally functional, would be beautiful with a little TLC. $3500 obo.

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Old 04-28-2014, 11:51 AM   #2
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It is not an inverter. It is a converter, (120VAC to 12VDC). To test it, plug in the trailer, if the lights turn on with no battery, or tow vehicle, it works. You may have to play with the switch on the front. It has three positions. In one position, the battery powers the lights, in the middle, all 12VDC is off, in the other position the converter powers the lights. I made the same mistake. The receptacle in the front makes it look like an inverter.

The fact that the fridge cools well on 110 VAC means that the fridge is good. The gas fittings may have spider webs, and just need to be cleaned.

This is a very good price for this trailer.

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Old 04-28-2014, 09:05 PM   #3
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Thanks for the correction on the inverter/convertor.
I did test it plugged in to my garage and the lights worked. No battery to test it and only a 4 pin wiring harness from the trailer. Previous owner did a few "mods".

I did pass on the information about the fridge to the new owners.

It is now sold.
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