All I can recommend is pictures, pictures, and more pictures.
Get the buyer excited about the trailer as it's the best of the best when it comes to high walls. Use a flash (even in the daytime) when you take the pictures. If you see other images on the net that look nice, use them! Your trailer is essentially brand new.
If it's already registered and the buyer doesn't' have to pay, that may be a selling point, too.
I love this factory image.
a floorplan is good to show, too.
Me, Julie, Lil' Barry, Faith, and OSDs, Fang and Treaty
2003 Hyundai Starex (H1), 2012 Coachmen Clipper 126
I don't know when we'll be able to go camping again...