We are selling our beloved 10' 1970's fiberglass Trillium Camper Travel Trailer. Sleeps 4. Made in Canada, its the Canadian version of the Scamp made in the United States. We have had it about 10 years and have almost completely renovated it- I would say its about 90% done. The fiberglass shell makes it a pretty light camper- and its been reinforced with a new axle, wheels, frame (lifted) , jacks and stands and can go off road no problem- My husband used it hunting a lot and it was great. Be wary of the older vintage trailers and the frame being rotted out and ready to break).
A beautiful powdercoated custom rack is on top as well as a big area on the front of the frame where a metal box or bikes can be placed for travel. Super great for extra space!! It can run completely off grid with solar and propane- even the fridge runs off solar. When the solar panels are fully charged up, it can run a full 5 days without re-charging running the fridge, lights, etc- before running out of power (with 80 watt panel). There is an inverter installed to charge devices inside fully off solar too. All lights (LED) and electrical work great and it can be plugged in to a house as well. We will be keeping the solar panels, but I recommend getting the Zamp portable solar panel and it plugs straight into the outside of the camper. We had an 80 watt Zamp solar panel on it and it was plenty of juice. It runs about $500 here is a link https://www.specialized.net/solar/zamp-solar-lp2/portable-solar-charger-....
Holds two propane tanks (not included), a new catalytic heater that is very efficient, easy to use, and heats up the space fast. Also installed is a new Fantastic Fan- works great to pull out hot air and reverses to pull in cool air. The 2 burner stove is also new within the last year and works very well. The custom built wood kitchen counter is beautiful and the sink works great. The tank hold a lot of water and usually lasts at least 5 days off grid too. The table is a custom crafted too and converts easily to a Full bed. There is some rust on the bottom of some of the cushions from condensation that can happen and when it rains really hard it can leak a little in the windows-not too bad though. That is one thing that needs to be done are the seals on the windows. We live in Central Oregon so the rain was just not a problem for us and the seals were not a priority. They are jalousie slat windows and crank open and all work great. The awning was installed last Summer and is a easy open retractable crank style that it 10' wide and extends out pretty far to 8'. There is a table on the outside that is very handy and folds up. There is also a heavy duty exterior lock for vacationing in Mexico :) and other urban areas for extra security.
The camper itself is 10' long, with the frame it runs 16' long. Seriously this camper is amazing and has so much style. We are super sad to sell it- we had so many adventures in it and just pretty much almost finished fixing it up, like I said 90% done- but we got a slide in camper- definitely not as cool- so we can pull a boat.