I would list it on your insurance for that. I don't know what your market in your area will stand if it were for sale?
These "Good" garands will bring money. If anyone wants one to shoot, these are the way to go. You have a keeper.
I have had one come into the shop for inspection that was purchased from a big box chain store's Premium Gun Room. This kid payed 2000.00 for an "all orginal" 1943 garand. he was given a paper where it was re-Arsenal at Rock Island. Everything was period,but the bore was gone. ( If it had been re-arsenaled the inspectors would have gaged the barrel and would have replaced it) he bought it with the intention of shooting it. I told him he should have bought a CMP rifle if he wanted a shooter. lesson learned.
Well as the old saying goes. You can ask the world and what you get maybe something different.
Have a good day.