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Taking Delivery in Mid-Winter

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The original owner of my unit, had a February delivery and was going to Pennsylvania with it, he was delayed almost week because of an ice storm where the factory parking lots were impassible.


Just be prepared to be flexible with your timeframes and travel plans.


On the other hand, the Farmers Almanac says it’s supposed to be a milder winter.

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One Life Live It Enjoyably

2017 F350 6.7L SRW CC LB

2015 Oliver Elite II Hull #69

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We picked up on Dec 16, 2015 and returned to CT, after a stay over at the Campground down the road from the Factory. We had water on board and were ready to camp, which we did on the way home. We kept the trailer cabin at 60 degrees with the propane heater for two weeks through Christmas and then headed south after New Years. We returned to Hohenwald to have some minor things corrected, and experienced some very cold temps in TN. One night in the Showroom parking lot it went to 9 degrees. That was our pickup experience, one that proved Our Oliver to be a "Four Season Camper" for sure.


Attached are pictures of us leaving CT on our first trip south in our new Oliver and another of a 9 degree sunrise in Hohenwald. Thanks for the memories. Enjoy your new Oliver.



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Grayson and Ann Cook

Northwest CT and Mid Coast Maine

2016 Oliver Elite II, Twin Bed FP

Toyota Tundra, Extra Cab, Long bed, 5.7 V8


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