Originally Posted by Squarknot
U-Haul had these for rent back in the 50's. Some were made in Canada and I think they were Bolar's because of the half shell configuration. Most Egg campers like Trillium
are made with horizontal 1/2 shells. Not sure if they were still making them in 1985. Looks to be in good shape, the floors in most of them rotted out because they were unprotected underneath.
That's incorrect info, we had a '84 CT13 and did a lot of research on them. They were made from 84 to 86 at a few different factories in the USA. Supposedly made using modified Burro
molds as the Burro
interior is almost identical. and the exterior shell slightly different at the tail light
area. They were not for rent in the 50's as they weren't manufactured until the 80's. I had a Uhaul
rental catalog from 1985 and they were in it. The side windows
needed attention to keep them from leaking. The floor in ours was good, just needed to update the electrical
system. Like all fiberglass campers the prices have gone way up in the last couple years. Sold
ours for 6600 4 years ago, should have held on to it longer if they are selling for what asking prices are now.