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This is a one of a kind HB GATES. It has been stored inside sense the day it was purchased, has never been in water or used. It is in new condition and it's historical and personal history is remarkable.

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16' W.H. Mullins Co. wooden canoe canvas covered

I'm not sure if this could be used or should just be looked at.  I'm not a canoe expert.  It's in good condition for its age.  Call me with questions:  Bobby 920-988-0644.

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Langford, 16', 1973

This is a fully restored 16' Langford wood/canvas canoe built in 1973. It was fully restored in September 2017 - hasn't even seen water yet. 

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Rushton Indian Girl

Stripped out, needs restoration.  Hull is in nice shape.  Call Dave for details.

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Detroit Canoe Company canoe

Partially restored, needs canvas.  Beautiful canoe! Call Dave for details.

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Old Town Sailing Canoe

Circa 1954. Fully restored cedar/canvas canoe and paddles (without sailing apparatus). $2500 or best offer. 207-975-2049. Leave voicemail. 

Creighton Drury
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Cedar Chestnut Canoe  Prospector Antique

1977 Cedar Chestnut Canoe - Prospector - Antique - Canvas Covered Wood - $2500 Cdn

Certainly ANTIQUE - 1977 Cedar Chestnut Canoe – 16’ Prospecter $2,500.00

· 72 pounds, Canvas covered Wood

· Excellent Condition: Always stored under cover; last 25 years unused & stored indoor; always used in fresh water

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14'6" Willow Wisp Solo

First off of the form, 14'6” Willow Wisp Solo canoe.  Cedar ribs and planking.  Inner and outer gunwales of Ash.  Ash stems, Black Walnut decks and Ash and Mahogany thwarts.  Brass stem bands.  Canvas, three coats of filler, two coats of marine primer and four coats of marine paint.  60 pounds due to Ash inner gunwales and some extra planking and heavy canvas.&

Al Erskine
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15 foot long Old Town Charles River model in AA grade with sponsons from 1906

This 15 foot long Old Town Charles River model in AA grade with sponsons from 1906 is for sale. It originally shipped to Abercrombie & Fitch Company.

Benson Gray
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1965 Old Town Square Stern

This is a great deal on a1965 Old Town Canoe with a Square Stern and Keel. This boat comes with trailer, orignal oars, brass oar locks and 1958 Johnson Seahorse 51/2 hp outboard.  The motor runs great and pushes this boat along very nicely.  This boat rows like a dream.  The interior wood is in terrific condition.  The canvas could use a coat of paint.

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Old Town Guide Model 16' Canvas & Wood

1964 Old Town 16' Guide Model

I purchased this Old Town 16 foot Guide Model cedar & canvas new in the Spring of 1964 with SN:173423 and has not been used for the past 40 years and stored inside. Everything is original, however I recently revarnished the interior, and repainted the hull with the original green paint and varnish purchased directly from Old Town.

George Grant
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Skowhegan "Invisible Sponson"

Ca. 1932 wood and canvas canoe in excellent condition. Restored 2007.

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1924 Old Town sailing canoe

ID 80592;  Started in 1923 shipped July 29, 1924.

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Wood and canvas are in good shape, but needs some restoration mostly for the sailing parts (rudder & lee board).  Have the original hardware for the sailing equipment.

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1923 Old Town Sailing Canoe - 18'

1923 Old Town Sailing Canoe in great shape

Built in Sponsons

Refurbished 3 years ago

New Doug Fowler Sail

All rigging replaced and works very well

All canoe hardware included, rudder, lee boards etc.

Good Trailer Included

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Wanted Spalding Canoe (St. Lawrence River Skiff, Canoe and Steam Launch Co.)

Want to purchase, a Spalding made “Spalding River Skiff, Canoe & Steam Launch Co.” canoe or skiff.  These were made in Clayton and Ogdensburg, NY from 1893 - 1905.  They should be trademarked with a metal badge bearing the aforementioned trade name.

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