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Old 02-21-2014, 11:19 AM   #1
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Oliver Demo Units Discounted

The Oliver factory has three demonstrator units in Quartzsite Arizona that they don't want to ship back to the factory. I received a email today from the sales manager that I will share with you:
We are receiving deposits and orders for new units and I am in touch with several people interested in the two 2014 Oliver Legacy Elite II units and the 2008 17 Oliver Legacy Elite in Quartzsite AZ but no one has committed themselves with a deposit. We have 7 days left and the discounts will shrink substantially if I have to bring them back. The Elite IIís are the ones pictured in the website so take a good look if youíre interested and contact me at 931-306-1908 and make an offer.
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Old 02-21-2014, 11:48 AM   #2
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Just to be clear. Demo is another word for "used".
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Old 02-21-2014, 11:51 AM   #3
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Hi Glenn, No. These units have been demonstrator units at a show site only.
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Been posted on their blog and facebook over two weeks ago
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Old 02-21-2014, 12:21 PM   #5
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Just to be clear. Demo is another word for "used".
Hey Glen, Thanks for your interest in clarifying what was intended on our behalf.
Yes, these units have been hooked up and towed to AZ for showing and have had people in and out of them for viewing purposes.
No, they have not been "used" as in being loaded up with supplies and utilized for camping as one would do if they owned it.
The tile is still in Oliver Travel Trailers name and pursuant to most state and federal laws once purchased it would be listed as new, much like any auto dealer allows interested parties to test drive a vehicle before purchasing it or not, the vehicle would still be titled as new rather than used.
Once the title has been transferred is usually when a unit would be classified as used.
Hope this helps clarify what we do have for sale in AZ for those interested.
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:47 PM   #6
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What is the retail and asking price(s)?
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Old 02-21-2014, 04:50 PM   #7
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The 17 Oliver Legacy Elite is SOLD !

SOLD ! The 17' Oliver Legacy Elite is SOLD !
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What is the retail and asking price(s)?
Hi Mark, the base price is $39,500 before options. There are not very many options though because so much is standard.
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Thanks to these forums it looks like we will be sending a commission check to help support the "Fiberglass Community" in educating RV trailer buyers in North America about the best construction material on the market. FIBERGLASS!
No two ways about it...What say you?
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Old 02-21-2014, 05:55 PM   #10
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What is the retail and asking price(s)?
In response to Mr. Anders Laurits' post about options, there are few but to name a couple of the more common ones:

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As he said there are so many things that are standard:

AC, 14 foot awning, ducted basement heat, thermostatically controlled heating and air, all LED lighting inside and out, double wall construction with insulation on both walls and a dead air space between, fully enclosed tanks within a heated area and NO plumbing outside the coach, fantastic fan with rain sensor, two burner SMEV stove, microwave, Jensen sound system with CD/DVD player and 4 speakers hooked to a flat panel television, marine grade s/s hardware thruout, lighted cabinets and closet, three-way refrigerator, Elec/propane water heater, 2 x 20lb propane tanks with auto change-over enclosed inside a custom fiberglass cover, custom fiberglass spare tire cover.....
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As he said there are so many things that are standard:

AC, 14 foot awning, ducted basement heat, thermostatically controlled heating and air, all LED lighting inside and out, double wall construction with insulation on both walls and a dead air space between, fully enclosed tanks within a heated area and NO plumbing outside the coach, fantastic fan with rain sensor, two burner SMEV stove, microwave, Jensen sound system with CD/DVD player and 4 speakers hooked to a flat panel television, marine grade s/s hardware thruout, lighted cabinets and closet, three-way refrigerator, Elec/propane water heater, 2 x 20lb propane tanks with auto change-over enclosed inside a custom fiberglass cover, custom fiberglass spare tire cover.....
Those standard features seem to me to put the price right in the same range as a similarly sized/"optioned" Escape.
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Just curious, with all the high end appliances etc. why Oliver chose Fantastic Fan with a rain sensor over the Maxxfan that can be left open in the rain?
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Just curious, with all the high end appliances etc. why Oliver chose Fantastic Fan with a rain sensor over the Maxxfan that can be left open in the rain?
Good question Glenn...some people like the Fanstastic and others the Maxx so it's no problem to change it out at no charge.
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Those standard features seem to me to put the price right in the same range as a similarly sized/"optioned" Escape.
I have heard that from others, add $2,000.00 for shipping and we are even closer in price. They have a Great product obviously or it would not be a year out on new orders.
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