I agree that parting out the boat could potentially bring a lot of income. You may also be able to purchase the underwater gear, bell housing, etc. and do that part of the job yourself, just have a shop do the fiberglass work. That would save a lot of money. If it were a very new model boat then somebody like me would have an interest in buying it damaged at a fraction of the cost of new, then repairing it and getting a very nice boat for cheap (minus blood, sweat, and tears of labor). But, with an older boat like that, probably not so much market.
1995 Prostar 190
Remember, we must share our waters and be respectful of other boaters. Rude people suck!