Want to own a piece of the Mouse, or at least a piece of a restaurant that once rented space from him?
Head to Palm Harbor, where Tampa Bay Salvage scored a massive amount of Fulton's Crab House decor.
Fulton's, the steamboat-shaped restaurant floating in Lake Buena Vista, closed in April, with plans to reopen in late 2016 as Paddlefish.
Before they closed, Fulton's called Josh White, who owns Tampa Bay Salvage (and also has annual passes to Disney, but really, who doesn't, anymore?). The architectural salvage yard, seen on Dirty Jobs and Operation Salvage, recently moved from Tarpon to Palm Harbor; the typical milieu includes rescued barn wood, lots of ornate doors, and other oversized curios that inspire Pinterest-on-steroid-sized projects. Strewn about, the careful onlooker will notice items with the word "Fulton" printed on the tag above the price.
While some Disney collectors may know about this cache of Disneyana, Tampa Bay Salvage still has an abundance of framed seafood-esque art, nautical lights, at least one porthole and perhaps the coolest rope ladder in a tri-county area.