If what you want is a quotation or offer, then sending a letter of intent makes you look ignorant while requesting a quotation will generally at least make you look like you know what it is that you want. And what you want, after all, is a price quote. Hence you want to request a price quote, via a request for quotation.
At the end you should sign off with "sincerely yours" or any other related salutation. If you are writing a letter of intent for graduate school then it would have a different content. First of all letter of intent would start with your name, address, contact number and email address. After you have mentioned the date, you should then add a salutation like "Dear Sir/Mam".