Re: Aloa 34 (1974) available for "salvage"
He had said he thought the salvage value was 10% of the insurance value, citing $18,000 as the payout. So presumably the salvage value is $1800 based on that. And he was asking $2000 specifically. I don't know how I missed the later post saying the bid was $750 but again, why bother? If someone doesn't come through, he's out winter storage and removal at a minimum. If they do come through...yes, it goes to a good home, but first he's got to spend more time with lookers, etc. As opposed to, just let the salvage yard make a living.
Speaking of which, ever notice how salvaged boats disappear? Aside from a few big auction companies...no one can ever find where these boats go, much less put in bids on them. You'd think these guys would welcome advertising and try to get their names around.