For the inquiring minds here's a copy of Robert's email:
Greetings from Oliver Travel Trailers!
Thank you for your interest in the Oliver Travel Trailer. Our new website is under construction and we hope to have it populated with much more information and pictures by the end of September or sooner.
Also, the forums currently are not accepting new members and we plan on having that resolved soon as possible.
You can follow us on Facebook under Oliver Travel Trailers where we are currently posting pictures and information.
As for the basic trailer information I am glad to report that we have finally settled on most the standard items for the rollout of our 22’ travel trailer.
Attached you will find a sheet that will provide most the information you may need. Any additional questions you have please contact me by e-mail or give me a call and I will be glad to get you an answer.
Currently this year’s production is already spoken for and we are taking deposits for January deliveries at this time.
We should be in good shape for plant tours in October where you can see our process as well as the 2014 model 22 footer.
Our estimate of weight
is 3,700 pounds dry with a 350 pound tongue. (Note: That's a good bit heavier than the Escape 19'. I wonder how it compares with the Escape 21'?)
MSRP will be at $45,000 for a loaded unit that will have all the items on the attachment plus thermal windows
, Kingdome satellite and a wall mount thermostat for the AC. (For a fully loaded Oliver, that's not to bad really.)
We sell from Hohenwald Tennessee and do not have a dealer network to better control our cost to the customer. Trailers are to be picked up in Hohenwald but shipping arrangements can be made.
Thank you for your interest in the Oliver Travel Trailer and we look forward to working with those interested in the future.
Robert P. Partee Sr.
931-796-6600 ext. 216
is the only part that's worrisome for me. I could be coming pretty close to the limit for my 2013 4Runner of 4,700#, when its loaded. While I know Toyota underrates their vehicles, I don't want to be laboring on passes in the Rockies. I may wait for a smaller one.