Georgie Boy Redesigns Maverick Line

GeorgieBoy maverick extWhen Georgie Boy’s engineers began redesigning the Maverick lineup for
the 2008 model year, they concentrated on making family-friendly
features standard. They also created two completely new and unique
floorplans: the 213 QB and the 313 IS. The 213 QB is the smallest of the
six Georgie Boy Maverick models, yet it offers 102 cubic feet of
exterior storage. The model is just 23 feet 8 inches long, making it
compact and easy to maneuver, yet the floorplan is spacious. The
U-dinette provides plenty of seating for the family, while the
residential-size queen bed and the cabover bunk provide sleeping space
for everyone.

The 313 IS (island slide) is a double-slide model with a galley
that has an island counter and four bar stools. Opposite the island
counter is a large 140-inch hide-a-bed sofa. Four of the six models have
in excess of 100 cubic feet of exterior storage, which is plenty of
room to pack bicycles or other toys necessary for a family outing. The
large rear-storage compartment on most models can be accessed on three
sides. The storage bay also houses an integrated table that can be
unfolded for a barbecue or picnic.

Most floorplans are fitted with a residential-size queen bed,
which is up to six inches longer than traditional RV queen beds. For
additional sleeping capacity, the 290 QB and 315 SS have child-friendly
bunk beds as an option, and all models have a full-size cabover bunk. In
most cases, Maverick comfortably sleeps five or six people, not
including the dinette that also can be converted into a bed.

A skylight and 6-foot 11-inch tall ceilings provide an open
feel, and entrance doors are 80 inches tall. Three of the six Maverick
floorplans have slide-outs. A Ford chassis with a 6.8L Triton engine is
the platform for the slide-out models, while the non-slide models have a
Chevy-Workhorse chassis with a 6.0L Vortec engine. For those who want
even more power, a 6.0L Ford diesel engine is an option on the 260 SO
floorplan.

Georgie Boy Mavericks with slide-outs come with an outside
shower as standard equipment. An industry leading 50-gallon water tank
supplies the shower, galley and bathroom.

Manufacturer’s suggested retail prices range from $63,000 to $79,000.

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