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Old 11-25-2013, 09:33 PM   #29
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This was posted on Oliver's Facebook Page just a few hours ago regarding the new 22 foot Oliver:

As previously mentioned in our information we send out, we have had some success in reducing our material cost through volume purchasing and have shaved some labor through enhancing our production line and assembly processes. The new MSRP is $39,500.00 for an almost loaded trailer. Only item we took out of this revised price is the Kingdome.

Some of what it does include is:

The “Dual Composite Shell’s w/Prodex insulation”, central ducted heat, air-conditioning (roof mount), single digital thermostat for heat and ac, thermal pane windows, TV and stereo/CD/DVD/MP3 Jenson unit and custom mounted speakers, microwave, power rear stabilizers, front electric jack, all interior and exterior LED lights, 2-12 volt deep cycle batteries on a slide out service tray (can fit up to 4 batteries depending on size), outside wash station, 2-20 pound LP tanks, 16” aluminum wheels including the spare, tandem electric brake 3,500 lbs. axles with leaf springs and quad shocks on an aluminum frame, upgraded seat cushions, SMEV 2 burner stove top, SeeLeveL II tank and battery monitor, 14 foot awning, exterior LED over head lights on both sides of trailer and more.
Our standard unit has a 421 lbs. tongue weight for a 4,200 lbs. tow weight.

Some options are:
Kingdome
200 watt solar charging system
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We are anxiously awaiting the delivery of our custom built unit in the very near future. It will have all the goodies and more.
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:49 AM   #30
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Wow, good to see they can keep it under $40k, seems like that is the sweet point in the higher end custom fg manufacturers, a fully optioned Escape with delivery will be in the mid-$30's. The nice thing about Oliver is that they are a lot closer. Great job, Oliver.
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Old 12-11-2013, 09:36 AM   #31
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We now have a 2014 Oliver Legacy Elite in Lake Havasu AZ. Contact me at 931-306-1908if your interested in seeing it.
Merry Christmas to everyone!

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Old 12-19-2013, 08:53 AM   #32
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Olive...=photos_stream

New picture of the Twin bed set up
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nice, really nice...
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Old 12-19-2013, 06:55 PM   #34
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Not for me.
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Old 12-19-2013, 09:12 PM   #35
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Not for me.
Too soon to give up hope!

There could be an Oliver in any of our futures, no matter our present situations...
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Nah, just cannot warm up to the Oliver shape. Too much like a baloney. My sense of good design is um, different.
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Old 12-19-2013, 10:38 PM   #37
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Spent the day in Hohenwald with Robert at the plant looking at the build of our new 22 footer. Ours will be a variation of the twin bed model. Things are progressing beautifully and they are doing a great job. There are currently two or three in production with two having recently left the factory. These guys are building some truly magnificent units.
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Nah, just cannot warm up to the Oliver shape. Too much like a baloney. My sense of good design is um, different.
I know what you mean...Baloney is so "yesterday"!

I myself prefer the more "cheese block" outline originated by Trillium, and echoed in its descendants such as the Escape!





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Although Oliver has not necessarily taken the road less travelled in overall exterior appearance, the construction is truly unique. Beauty is sometimes more than skin deep.
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Beauty is sometimes more than skin deep.
So true.... I used to tow a loaf of bread. Now, I do favor the chili pepper cheese block design over the baloney shape but not just for taste or price. Got to cut down on the carbs. Of course, if you're talking 22 foot pepperoni, well... I could step back and see me towing a cheese block with that.
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Weight of the Oliver

Rosemary, I can understand your concern on the weight of the 22 ft Oliver. If you wanted to cut down on the 4200 dry weight you could drop some of the options and standards in this unit. I believe they included the weight of the Sat.TV as original equipment when it was weighed. It is now listed as a option. You could also delete the air conditioner along with the auto jacks and the awning if you really wanted to save on weight. A little drastic but it could be done This is a beautiful unit which was well designed and I believe a lot of consideration was given to the balance and weight distribution when towing. We visited the factory this fall and was really impressed. Quite a bit of money,but take into consideration the resale when you want to move on. Jerry
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