Hello! We are former tent campers who upgraded about 12 years ago to our cute little 1986 Coleman Colorado popup. We love it and haven't really thought about moving up to a trailer until this past year. We have started to extend our camping season from April through October now and have experienced much more rain. We don't mind camping in it but dislike having to deal with wet canvas after our trips. We started looking at light weight
trailers and have found that most of them would exceed our 2000 lb towing capacity. Also, we camp to be outdoors. A lot of the small trailers sacrifice windows
for cabinets. After a lot of research we think that a fiberglass RV is the best choice for us. We really like the Trilliums because of the windows
and found an old 13' one (with a bathroom!) on this site for $2750 here in Michigan. We are trying to coordinate with the owner to see it tomorrow. The problem is he never got it titled. It has been sitting on his property and used as his cabin since he bought it. He says he can provide a bill of sale and we can get it titled with the Secretary of State. All travel trailers have to be titled in MI. Title
transfer is required but I did find an exception for trailers older than 10 years and less than 2500 lbs where you can attest as to how you came to own it and provide an appraisal and the State would title
it if a search came back clean for being stolen or titled in another state. Is this going to be a huge problem for us? This is the first FGRV that we have looked at. Maybe we should keep looking for one without title
issues? What say you experts?