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Salvage yard's in Ontario

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  • Salvage yard's in Ontario

    I am looking for any boat junk / scrap yards in the Toronto area,,no specific parts needed,I just want to have a look and pick up a few odds and ends.I have searched the forums with no luck.Any help would be greatly appreciated.Thanks


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    Re: Salvage yard's in Ontario

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      Re: Salvage yard's in Ontario

      Hwy 2, just west of 35/115. Guy has lots of boats there. Never been though. There's another place in Havelock Ontario, Hwy 30, just north of Hwy 7. He has lot's of junk.

      I go to scrap yards for cars, not generally for my boats. If you are looking for parts, and need new, go to Napa and ask to see their marine catalogue. you can generally order most parts for Merc's and OMC.

      Also, West Marine (Dwtwn Toronto) and Bass Pro (Vaughn) is a good place for boating stuff.

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      • #4
        Re: Salvage yard's in Ontario

        Give the guys at Sandy Cove Marine a call. They are operating a "recycling yard" for boats somewhere near Honey Harbour on Georgian Bay. Not been there myself so can't make any claims.

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          Re: Salvage yard's in Ontario

          I go east fairly regularly so I will check out both Havelock and Hwy #2,,I will give Sandy cove a call tomorrow and see whats up and post back with what they all have,,,thanks for the replies ...always appreciated

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          • #6
            Re: Salvage yard's in Ontario

            Here is some info taht can help somebody.
            For the fiberglass hull that is not worth anything they charge 200 if you deliver or 300 with their pickup.

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              Re: Salvage yard's in Ontario

              ^^^^
              ?????

              Please explain. Who, what?

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              • #8
                Re: Salvage yard's in Ontario

                We are a boat wrecker and recycler of boat parts, motors, trailers and used boats. We are located just outside of Peterborough, Ontario. EDIT
                Last edited by Bob_VT; December 12th, 2010, 08:29 PM. Reason: No solicitation please re-read the rules

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