So in my search for a new plane, I've come across this Piper Arrow: https://www.trade-a-plane.com/searc...l=ARROW+IV&listing_id=2395462&s-type=aircraft The ad has no price listed (which typically irks me to begin with), but its a very clean arrow, and I'm willing to pay top dollar for a plane to get a clean example, so I called the dealer listing the plane and asked the lady that answered for the price of the plane.... And she proceeds to talk for over 5 minutes, telling me all about this Arrow, and Arrows in general, without ever giving me the asking price. So after patiently waiting several minutes, I finally interrupt her and ask, "But what's the price?" And again, she goes into a spiel that would put a timeshare salesman to shame. But still, after listening for another minute, I'm forced to just hang up and bring to an end her question-dodging sales pitch, because I figure this much justifying must mean a really, REALLY, ridiculous price. Life's too short for this BS. Does this sort of tactic actually work? How many people's time must they waste to finally find their buyer?