SOLD - 1976 Trillium 1300 - $17000 OBO - St. Albert, AB, Canada

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SOLD - 1976 Trillium 1300 - $17000 OBO - St. Albert, AB, Canada

1976 Trillium 1300. Sleeps 4, one double bed and two singles (front bunk). Canadian made, around the 1500lb mark, and about 13' long. Easily towed by anything with a hitch. Smoke and pet free. Rust free frame, axle in good condition. Bearings inspected and repacked a couple of weeks ago. 

Original furnace, stove, and three way fridge all work flawlessly. A toaster oven has been added above the stove for extra convenience. We installed a brand new fire extinguisher at the door for added safety.

Inverter has been removed, but 12v battery lighting system with smart charger has been installed - simply plug in the trailer and the charger starts automatically. Aftermarket radio headunit and speakers have been installed. 

Custom insulated blackout window coverings and updated cushion covers throughout. 

The front bunk has been modified to have an integrated ladder and rail, but is entirely collapsible to retain the front seating area when not in use. The table has been lifted slightly and uses a standard RV table leg, along with a locking mechanism to keep it secure, both up and down. A 10gal fresh water tank along with a marine-grade dual-acting foot pump have been installed at the sink to make boondocking possible. 

The trailer wiring connector has been upgraded to a 7 pin to permit 12v charging while driving, and a reverse light has been added to aid in backing up in the dark. 

Installed LVP flooring a couple of summers ago. The ensolite has been refreshed with a modern grey-almond colour, and all the old yellowed t-moulding has been replaced with new crisp white. White trim was installed around the windows as well, giving it a fresh look. The rear window was resealed a couple of years ago, and there are currently no leaks that we are aware of. 

A full length Dometic Catalina awning has been installed on the trailer as well, and is in great shape - it stows away in an aluminum clamshell, protecting it from UV when not in use. It only takes a couple of minutes to set up or take down, and can be done by a single person. It can be attached to the trailer as cleats have been added, or can be staked to the ground. 

Fold down bike rack on the back. Trailer frame has been updated with a Tie Down Engineering Model 66 surge brake actuator with 2" ball- which makes stopping the trailer incredibly easy - you barely notice it even when braking hard. The surge brakes have recently been serviced with new brake fluid and grease. There's still some brake pad left, but I have new brake pads ready to go. 

One pane of glass on a louvered window requires replacement, will be repaired in the coming week.

The original gelcoat is in great shape, and we have waxed it at the start and end of every season. 

The light tongue weight of this trailer makes it possible to move it around by hand, but an added front caster wheel jack makes it even easier. 

We have thoroughly enjoyed this trailer throughout the years, and have easily kept up to it. We are only selling it now because our family is growing, and we need more room.

We have lots of other gear that goes with the trailer too, including (but not limited to) universal fit tow mirrors, a Coleman cooler, silverware and some cookware. 

Low ballers will be ignored. Trailer is located in St. Albert.​


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St. Albert, Alberta, Canada