I have never sold a motor vehicle or camper on ebay, but have been a seller of lots of smaller items on ebay since 1999. As Healthi mentioned above, most buyers look carefully at the seller's reputation before placing a bid. On ebay, this is called Feedback, where previous buyers and sellers rate their past transactions with you. If you don't have much feedback, many buyers will move on.
I have experienced a number of my items that received no bids over the last couple of months, when by all rights they should have received bids, based on low starting prices and past experience. So I have concluded that the economy is so poor at the moment, and with many new and increased taxes are showing up, folks are just not buying in the "normal" numbers.
Therefore, if you are serious about putting your camper up for auction on ebay, I would suggest that you wait a few months, and in the meantime, start selling small items on ebay to build up your positive feedback score. IMO, if you could get at least 25 or 30 positive feedbacks, with no negatives or neutrals, that would increase your chances of getting bids on your camper in the spring. You can avoid negative or neutral feedback by being totally honest in your item descriptions, mentioning even the smallest defects, and making sure that your items are packaged well and shipped promptly after receiving payment.
Another suggestion is that you establish an account with PayPal when you start selling on ebay, if you don't already have one. This will simplify payment for your items by the buyer.
Hope this helps you. Good luck in selling your Eagle.
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