Meet Jilly the Trilly, a cute little Trillium trailer in good mechanical and electrical shape. Could use some TLC on the upholstrey and drapes, but definitely functional. Not bad for an almost 50 year old trailer! Ready for a nice couple!
These little fiberglass Trilliums are hard to come by. They are lightweight and around only 1400 lbs dry, easy to tow with a car because there are no trailer brakes.
This one has had all the electrical wiring updated with: new wiring, terminal block, an added deep cycle marine battery added and a propane tank added. The curtains and upholstery are still the originals (I have the sales brochure).
Sleeps three with a convertible bed in back and a single convertible couch in the front (they say bunk beds but I wouldn't sleep on the top bunk). The back area has a very functional dinette that seats 4. The Trillium fits lots of function in a very small footprint. The windows are louvred and will open to 100% with screens in place. With the four sets of windows, the trailer cools down really fast. The gravity furnace runs off propane and doesn't require electricity. It helps keep the trailer warm and dry in the cold or wet.
Bearings have been repacked, new three way refrigerator (LP, 120VAC and 12VDC), propane gravity furnace (no power required), sink, new water tank, new valves, extra 120VAC outlet when connected to shore power and two burner stove. Everything works. (More photo's to come.) There are poles for the awning but we never had one.
Our family outgrew this trailer. Awesome for "ready go" camping for two or two plus a young kid. We have had the trailer for 11 years.
We are asking $ 11,000.oo but are open to reasonable offers.
Thank you for your interest.