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16' Old Town Wood Canvas Rowing Canoe

 Built in 1955, this practical, comfortable, all-purpose rowing canoe is easy to handle, handsome in appearance, and steady on the water. It has cedar ribs currently covered with red canvas, 2 center seats as well as seats in the bow and stern, a wooden back rest, 2 pairs of metal oarlocks (U shaped and round) and 4 oars — two 6 1/2' and two 7 1/2' long.  The canoe

M Sturgeon
Asking Price: 
$3,000.00

Looking for a Project W/C canoe

   Looking to buy or trade for a restorable W/C canoe. It will be my first restoration so it can't be to involved. Canvas, ribs, and planking should be no problem I just would rather not get into stem work or out of shape canoe. Something like the Prospector would be the best but I am open to any sugestions just noting with great historial value.

Normhein
Asking Price: 
$0.00

18 foot long Old Town canoe

This 18 foot long Old Town canoe has been donated to the WCHA and is now for sale.  The serial number has been scraped off.  This canoe is probably from the late 1940s.  It can be seen in Tamworth, New Hampshire.  Delivery in the region may be possible for an additional fee.  More pictures are available.  The price is $

Benson Gray
Asking Price: 
$100.00

1919 16 foot B N Morris Courting Canoe

Serial number 16784, 1919, 16 foot B N Morris with 32 inch mahogany decks and other premium features. This canoe is all original wood except the combings. It was restored by Gil Carmer at the Wooden Canoe Shop. Premium features include outside stems, half ribs, bilge keels, and D shaped outwale. It is very stable, appropriate for courting. 

ken.kelly
Asking Price: 
$8,000.00

17 foot long Old Town HW (Heavy Water) model canoe with serial number 4135

This 17 foot long, CS (Common Sense or middle) grade, HW (Heavy Water) model canoe serial number 4135 has been donated to the WCHA and is now for sale.  It originally had no keel, ash decks, ash trim, closed spruce gunwales, and sponsons (although the sponsons are gone now).  It shipped on May 26th, 190

Benson Gray
Asking Price: 
$300.00

Chestnut 16’ Ogilvy restored

My dad bought this in 1962 and we had it restored last year with new canvas, re caned seats , new gunnels, refinished interior 

only been in water once 

I just don't have use for it 

text john 705 718 7698 

for more pictures   

jmarvin3
Asking Price: 
$2,800.00

E.H. Gerrish

Up for sale is a recently acquired 16ft closed gunwale Gerrish canoe.  A couple interesting features I've found with this canoe is first, the center thwart was made to be removed on the canoe.  The pockets located below the inwale are copper riveted through the ribs and planking.  Second, I'm pretty sure the decks are not the standard Chestnut but I believe them to b

1905Gerrish
Asking Price: 
$1,000.00

E.H. Gerrish Canoe

Up for sale is a properly restored, excellent conditon, E.

1905Gerrish
Asking Price: 
$3,000.00

NICE 18' CEDAR STRIP CANOE

I have a nice 18' cedar strip canoe, bulit by my father about 35 years ago. It has clear fiberglass over cedar strips with oak gunwales and solid seats with one set of oarlocks. It is in good condition, with minimal wear. It has been used very little over the past 20 years, and is just too large for me and my wife to lift at our advanced ages.

alan.pardy@iclo...
Asking Price: 
$2,500.00

17' Old Town HW for sale

I have a very nice 17-foot Od Town HW model for sale.  Built in 1949.  I restored it a few years ago, and it's just taken up space in my garage since.  Didn't need much work. A little rot on the stem tips. No cracked ribs or planking.

jkarbon
Asking Price: 
$1,350.00

1946 Old Town Sponson Factory Rebuilt

This beautiful canoe was factory rebuilt in 2009. I've had it in the water once on father's day. The factory spokeman gave a fair value at between $10k and 13k. I'm asking less because I need to part with it soon as we are moving to Arizona. Asking price is negotiable. I’m motivated to sell this canoe. Here is a link to a youtube slideshow.

Bill Belanger
Asking Price: 
$8,500.00

SOLD. Duluth Pack Wanderer - never used

I picked up a Wanderer pack by Duluth, in Navy, to fit behind the seat of my pack canoe. It makes a perfect pack for personal gear and is low slung to help with weight distribution and wind resistance. All that and it was a perfect fit in my canoe! 

steve baker
Asking Price: 
$125.00

1928 Old Town Centerboard Sailing Canoe

1928 Old Town Centerboard Sailing Canoe.  This one is special, see Wooden Canoe journal December 2018 volume 41, No.6 for the article about its history.  Origionally owned by Adolph Lewisohn, copper mogul and financier from New York City, spent its life in Sagamore Lodge on Upper Saranac Lake in the Adirondack Mountains, now a Young Life Camp.  Lewisohn was known to rub elbows wi

canoemancdp
Asking Price: 
$7,000.00

1958 18' Old Town Guide

Barn find that was severely damaged and the owner was afraid it would end up on a burn pile. I restored this with my father in law this last winter. I would like to find a good home for this canoe. We restored this for love of wood boats, not profit. Tim   Sale pending.

van der Vlugt BW
Asking Price: 
$1,000.00

Twenty foot long White Guide

This 20 foot long White Guide model canoe has been donated to the WCHA and is now for sale.  This canoe is probably from the 1930s. The outside is currently covered in fiberglass.  There is one long fiberglass crack in the hull as shown in the pictures with a quarter for scale.  It has both of the usual wide White stem bands in place.

Benson Gray
Asking Price: 
$250.00

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