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Disposal of a fiberglass boat

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Anyone know how to dispose of a junk fiberglass boat in MN? Preferrably on the west side of the Mpls area. Thanks!

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If you can't give it away, search the yellow pages for a landfill in your area. Might be fun for the guy driving the loader to run over.

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What are the details on the boat - size, how bad of shape, etc? We are looking for a (free) boat to use for firearms safety training field day, doesn't need to float.

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I think it does float. Has a bad engine though. Here is what he says about it. Where are you located? I can probably deliver it if you and he both say yes. Thanks!

1964 18 ft starcraft 110 mercruiser, alum. bad engine.

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Chances are its too large for our needs but I will check with the instructors. Is it an inboard engine?

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Landfill is only place unless somebody wants it for free.

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Outboard

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Chances are its too large for our needs but I will check with the instructors. Is it an inboard engine?


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List it on e-bay for $.01. Local pick-up only.

I did this with an old boat with a bad motor last Nov. It sold for over $100, and the guy drove up from Chicago to get it.

Someone may need parts from the motor.

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You should pull the engine and drive first if it goes to the landfill. If the drive is good its worth some money and the engine has a lot of parts that can be sold.

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craigslist . (XXX) Has a "free" section, if you want to give it away.

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I guess they want a 12-14 aluminum boat with bench seats for the class. Sorry.

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Old fiberglass boats are some of the coolest, most in-demand playground toys that you'll see at elementary schools with imaginative/creative administrators.

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