I obtained a wooden canoe covered with canvas approximately 40 years ago. I obtained the canoe from some friends of mine who purchased it from a woman that was about 90 years old and she said that it belong to her deceased husband. I think I remember my friends telling me that the woman said her husband had it "forever"! So I'm thinking that her husband probably had it for 40 years before my friends bought it. Which would make it about 80 years old or so. For some reason I always thought it was an Old Town Canoe but after seeing all the different canoes online I'm not sure what brand canoe it is. 40 years ago, (I was in my mid 20's then), I removed the old canvas and replaced it with the green canvas you see in the pictures. I also replaced some of the seat framing and installed some deer hide leather in place of the cane webbing. I do not see any serial numbers on the canoe but there may have been a number on it when I first obtained it and I removed it to sand the wood or something. I remember my friends telling me that when they originally picked up the canoe it was laying upside down in the lady's backyard on the ground. That's why the tips are rotten. At the time I tried to restore it 40 years ago I didn't have any wood working tools or skills and just left the rotten areas. Now that I'm retired and have more tools and patients I would like to restore the canoe to as close to original as possible. I need to replace the gunrails and not sure how to replace the rotten ends near the top. I'm hoping to get lots of advice here and maybe one of you can identify what type of canoe I have. I will appreciate any help you can throw my way. Thanks!