I'd take it if I were anywhere near there.
Splitting the body is not a big deal. I can't speak for Scamp
but the Amerigo
will be coming apart so I can work on the roof.
When you do it you usually brace the body so it doesn't loose it's shape. I wouldn't split it with the lower half off the frame - but that's just me, and perhaps the Scamp
body is more solid than the Amerigo
Putting it together isn't a problem - the seam is proably a flange joint that you'd clamp together - get it all aligned - then tab it from behind. The Amerigo
halves are actually loose save for the corners. The halves were secured by the screws that went through the belly band and into wooden 1 x 3's behind the seam.
It's done all the time when restoring fiberglass boats as it's the best way to get to the transom for replacement.