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Old 09-10-2010, 06:59 AM   #1
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Old 09-11-2010, 01:44 AM   #2
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I own one. What do you want to know?
They are no longer being made for starters...


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Personally after looking at several of them I found some really dumb engineering mistakes in their layouts. They are basically a Montana with some different design features and colors. Good solid mass produced RV.
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Ours has been good to us. We don't regret buying it at all. Some day we'll probably upgrade to something that is ridiculously expensive, but for what we were able to afford, I think we made a good investment. Ours is a 2007 MY. Some of the newer made ones were even nicer. The replacement for the Everest (everest is no longer being made) is called Alpine. They are very nice too.

Like any RV, there were bugs to work out when buying new, but once we went through the shake down and got all the bugs worked out, it proved to be a very well built rig. We love ours.
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