What’s the best way to sell a camper, trailer, or RV? Excellent question, and one that I asked a reader of this site recently. I stumbled upon Liz, who was selling a vintage trailer on eBay. Since I have a vintage trailer eBay viewer on this site, and her trailer popped up, she got a bit more visibility for her eBay auction. (I have the eBay auction viewer dialed in to the keywords “vintage” “retro” and “trailer”.) Here’s the link: Vintage Trailers on eBay. So every time anyone anywhere has a vintage or retro trailer, and they’ve used those words to describe their eBay auction, it’ll pop up on my site. Sometimes there are one or two, sometimes a dozen, sometimes none…
So that understood, now to the point about Liz, and how we got to exchanging emails! Someone saw her ebay vintage trailer auction here and sent me an email through the camper-blue-book-value website that they were interested in Liz’s vintage trailer and wanted to pick it up the same day! So I replied to the person inquiring that they needed to go through eBay and either place a bid, or send the seller an inquiry. Being an active eBay seller myself, I’m familiar with how it works. I wasn’t sure the person that sent me the email was familiar with how to buy through eBay, so I sent an inquiry to the seller and let her know of the interest, and passed on the email address and the phone number of the interested party. And then Liz (the vintage trailer owner) and I traded a few more email, and I asked her what she thought of selling through eBay, and she replied! (I know what she said, but I’ll give her a chance here to tell you in her own words!) And since she’s sold 10 trailers this year I’d say she’s a good resident expert to interview!
Hit it Liz!
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