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Not a salvage yard really but a growing used boat place is on the US 21 by-pass in Rock Hill, SC. Lot's of older boats coming in every week. I'm going to browse around there as soon as it cools off some.
12' 1976 Sea King, 1955 MW Sea King 5 hp OB
18' 1972 Glassmaster Tarpon 165 hp I/O Mercruiser L6 Tri-hull
16' 1985 Thundercraft Tri-hull 60 hp Mariner OB
I have an old 67 glassmaster and I've heard of the one around anderson but have never found it yet. I was just looking for small things and was just wanting to look around in the yard and just looking around.
BB1, as you know some of those dealers there, all the sell is junk. look in the back lots.
I take it you were talking about where the Lund came from. That was in Cumming, (1 hour and a half from here) and they have since moved to Dawsonville.
I thought you were talking about my backyard.
Also, we are probably gonna have another canoe in it later tonight.
There is one near Anderson I believe it is between Anderson and Lake Hartwell. If you are on I85 south. You will see the WYFF dopplar radar tower on your right. Go to the next exit turn right. Take the next right which will put you going north on the frontage road and it will be halfway to the tower on your left. There will be a metal building and a few boats out front. Don't let it fool you, there are many more on the acreage and all different kinds.