Look here, when someone "asks" for an amount, however much that amount is,
that's how much money you need to bring with you... So if the guy's "asking"
5700 it means you need fifty seven one hundred dollar bills, all cash.
So for example if you have 3 or 4 thousand dollars and someone's asking 5700, please don't
even waste the man's time, that to me has got to be one of the more aggravating aspects
of trying to sell something is the long line of folks all wanting it for a whole lot less...
I could see it if someone actually said "omg look all I got is 5,650" because I'd let it go for that,
but that's not usually the case, not even close.
And if you did have the money, why then I'm out of place but I see so many of these threads, too...
This info is from a bluebook data book that used to be listed on the web. It is now gone. In there formula, anything that was within 5 years old, it was around 5 dollars per hour subtracted from the purchase point. that is in great condition. It could be up tp 10 dollars per hour for other conditions. That's about all I remember from it, though.