Welcome to the best fiberglass RV forum and information source. Most here want to help others with their needs and finding eggs being kicked out of their nest a nice new nest. Ontario is a huge Providence, so if you would put city that are live in your post that helps. Also would you drive to the USA to view and purchase a used one. My family lived in a border town, Sault Ste Marie, Michigan and bought and sold
vehicle to Canadians.
When you see something close to what you want get ahold of the seller yesterday as they very well could be gone if you hesitate. I have bought 3 eggs on separate occasions and I was the first to go see them and took the cash with me to buy on the spot and I bought all three of them. 1973 Scamp
, 1977 1300 Trillium
, 1980 trillium
4500 with front bath. We have had the trillium 4500 for 16 years but haven't used it in the last 3 years as we now have a class A fiberglass motorhome. I won't sell the Trillium because it is always ready to just hook to the truck and add water and go. It has about 75,000 miles on it.
If there are any in you area for sale
even if they are more that you want to spend I would still go and look at them to have a better idea of the quality differences in brand and also by age in the same brand. Most fiberglass trailer manufactures improved quality unlike most stick trailers. And most fiberglass trailers will hold a higher value. Look at the wait times for a new fiberglass egg trailer.
Also being in Canada you need to look at the frame on them to see if they have been repaired or need repair because of the snow and salt. Frame repairs or replacement can be expensive.
I hope you are able to find the best for your needs.