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#1 posted 06-16-2011 10:41 PM

Since the seller is a pawn shop, you need to total up the cost of the tools, new. 25% of that total would probably be what the pawn shop gave and 50% is what the pawn shop would like to get. That would be my starting point and go up from there until a price is agreed upon. I would not go over 50% of new. If the total was $1000, then our bidding range would be between $250 and $500 taking condition into account.


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