I appreciate it would cost to money to make the rides servicable again but cmon there are plenty of parks throughout the world that are crying out for a cheap boomerang signature ride. Theres over a million quids worth of ride there even in its current state. I dont know what six flags are playing at by not selling that along with many other items within the park.
That area has no value, the rides have been damaged by long term sea water immersion from the floods. It made sense for them to save the B&M, it was above the water because of its elevation, corrosion-resistant support structure and it was the most valuable thing at the park at the time.
Everything else is two a penny and more stable, less costly rides can be found elsewhere. It's a shame for New Orleans but frankly, as the area is economically unstable, it would be a cost to far for Six Flags.