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laserjobs
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join:2004-05-02
Las Vegas, NV

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Salvage

I wonder what the salvage value of these devices are? If they have over the amount to remove them, I will do it.

EDIT: Just looked on ebay and these SkyExtender's are selling for $1500/each.

600 x $1000 = $600,000 salvage!!!

Where can I contact these guys to remove them?

Kearnstd
Space Elf
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join:2002-01-22
Mullica Hill, NJ
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i know what id be doing late at night if i had a bucket truck... Salvage Rights!!!
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EPS4

join:2008-02-13
Hingham, MA
reply to laserjobs
If they could get $600,000 for salvage, then the city would make money by paying just $60,000 to remove them, wouldn't they?


bobjohnson
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join:2007-02-03
Orlando, FL
reply to laserjobs
Yeah, no shit i will fly over there and take them down for free... Give me a call portland!!


sapo
Cruising Down Memory Lane
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join:2002-09-16
Sacramento, CA
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reply to EPS4
Typical Government job, probably will sell it to someone for really cheap and they make lots of money off it as usual. I see it all the time.


bear73
Metnav... Fly The Unfriendly Skies
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join:2001-06-09
Derry, NH
reply to EPS4
said by EPS4:

If they could get $600,000 for salvage, then the city would make money by paying just $60,000 to remove them, wouldn't they?
no, they won't. because they can't sell them for a profit in most cases.
perfect example of this: military computer upgrades. Every time US military upgrades their tech, they have to send it to DRMO. and DRMO will "sell" the old computers, printers, monitors to : first, other DOD services, second, other government agencies, third, public education, fourth, auctioned off by the pallett-full.
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hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH
Thats the military. Doesnt mean cities work the same way. Many cities actually sell their surplus through an auction they set up themselves.