Dwight, I've edited the top post to remove the eBay link.
If you're still interested in selling your trailer, I have a couple of suggestions.
Put a contact phone number here. Put spaces between the numbers like this:
123 456 - 4567 so it's not havested, lots of people are looking to buy! Take the trailer out to campgrounds, use it and put for sale signs in the windows.
Let us know if/when it's sold, please.
Best of luck
Maybe it is just me but I find the selling experience taxing to say the least. Since we listed the trailer on Ebay we have had our account "potentially hacked" four times. I jsut opened it agin today and it is frozen again.
I included 19 colour (color for those of you in the US) photographs of my trailer inside and out and still had people ask me if it had a bathroom (it doesn't) or if it had rooftop air (it doesn't). I carefully detailed that it does not have brakes
and people would ask if the brakes
were surge or electric. ????
I'm surprised no one asked me what colour (color) it was.
I had expressions of interest from as far away as Tennesee, Texas, Arizona, California and Quebec. Honestly, who is going to come from Tennesee to British Columbia to pickup a $6000.00 trailer? The gas would cost $2000.00 Vancouver, BC is a two and a half hour drive north of Seattle it is a long long long way from Tennesee!
I listed it on Craigslist and had many people who needed something to do on a Saturday morning come look at it. One guy made an appointment to meet me at the storage yard on the other side of the city, on a Saturday when I would have rather been camping, and after I gave him the complete tour he said "I could never buy a trailer like this, my wife hates them!" Nice! What a waste of time!
I am now considering running an essay contest with $250.00 entry fee to tell me why I should sell you the trailer for your $250.00 I would return everyones money if not enough people participate. What do you think?
I certainly do not want to include my phone number. Enough is enough!