Kampfirekid Posted July 11, 2021 Share Posted July 11, 2021 After camping for a lifetime, and owning a couple pop-up, a hybrid, and three travel trailers (of which the last may be the last straw) we are looking for something with the best build quality, manufacturers good customer service, and will last a long time. There is nothing in the standard stick and tin or vacuum sealed fiberglass wall market that gives me ANY confidence in buying a new travel trailer after our latest debacle. The Oliver just looks like once in the driveway, it’s here to stay. Sitting within 15 years of retirement, I don’t want another rattle trap, falling apart, leaky travel trailer. I want something to last. I was so impressed with what I saw on Oliver’s website, I’m just about in. The way I see it, I could buy one long term trailer easy care low maintenance trailer now, or buy two at as date trailers for the same cost and a lot more headaches in the same term. The DW doesn’t see it that way. Of course I’m the guy dealing with the maintenance, repairs, warranty fights, etc. Why have you Oliver owners gone this route rather than the industry standard? What do you tell interested parties when they ask questions about your Ollie? Yes, I know they are twice the price of a standard-build unit with less room and sleeping areas, but what pushed you over the edge? We have two adult kids that refuse to give up camping. The Oliver really doesn’t work for them, but I can figure that out. I also wonder if me, at 6’-5” will handle an Ollie. Your thoughts are appreciated! Glad to have joined the forum. Now, should I REALLY join with an Oliver? 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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