I bought this camper several years ago. I put hundreds of hours into restoring it. Its time for it to find a new home.
If you are familiar with molded FG trailers, they are unique in that the roof and walls do not contain any lumber. Instead, the entire shell is molded fiberglass, from the bottom to the top. This model also has molded fiberglass cabinets, which are fiberglassed to the shell (no rivets).
This is a 13 foot model, measured end to end. No bathroom, no air conditioner. Light weight, I weighed it on a certified scale at 1,540 pounds. So its pretty easy to pull by most vehicles.
New electric power center, new LED interior lighting. I have a FB page detailing the work I have completed on this trailer: Bills 1977 Trillium.
Typical 13 foot egg floorplan: front gaucho that converts to a bunkbed, rear dinette that converts to a bed, and a kitchen and closet in-between.
Trailer is NOT painted! It still has the original, durable, gelcoat finish.
Similar to Casita and Scamp, without all the rivets, and with more windows that OPEN!
Stove top works, no furnace. Set up for suitcase solar (panel not included). Refrigerator works on 120V AC.
Always stored when not in use in a dedicated garage.