I had to sell my BF 19 last summer.
My recommendation is to look at the this forum’s Marketplace to check out the asking prices of other Scamps. There’s asking price & selling price. So, PM sellers of sold
Scamps around the age of yours (2012-2016) and ask what the got for their trailers.
Also, log onto “Fiberglass-RV-4Sale” and check out their current trailers 4-sale, as well as their “sold” section. They are organized by manufacturer.
If you are not a member, definitely join Fiberglass-RV-4Sale. It’s a great site, and doesn’t charge for advertising.
By the way, you can cut n’paste from all these ads to put together a compelling ad for yourself.
Price points are an art. You want it low enough to attract buyers, but still have room to be able to negotiate.
Definitely check out thread “Best method for accepting payment” on this site. It will give you some great ideas for arranging payments that will protect you & your buyers interests. I suggest this as you need to agree upon method of payment at the beginning of your discussions, not as an afterthought.
If you are a member of auto club, call them to confer on the sale of your trailer. They can give you links to DMV change in ownership & sale forms, give you advice for handling out-of-State transactions, and things to beware of. If you don’t belong to Auto Club, set some time aside & call DMV.
Best to have all your ducks in order before you talk to your first potential buyer.
You have a great looking trailer. Best of luck!