I remember when those came out.
There was a brief period then when several trailer manufacturers thought there was a market ready to bloom for expensive "luxury" trailers. They thought something shiny with a good layout could be priced in the stratosphere would be snapped up by retiring boomers.
It's laughable if you think about it. There are VERY few people who will pay big money for a trailer. The bar is extremely high, so you better deliver something extraordinary for the money. High quality, as in overbuilt, technology or chic design aesthetic is the expectation. That's why Airstream can command $80-$90k for a trailer and there is a 6 month wait list. Oliver
, as extraordinary as it is, is cheap by comparison, but a very overbuilt trailer. But there are very few who'll pay $40-$50k for one.
I know many on here are really excited for the Nest project, but I think they have a very uphill climb. I wish them luck, but the odds are long.