item 320437999057. Seller very 'cutely' tries to say it is a model of a vintage canoe which he has been told is an Old Town from the '60's, but he's not sure. It's a Chinese repro model made in the past few years. Has no resemblance to any Old Town whatsoever. I alerted the seller to the correct info and politely suggested that it was dishonest to allude to any OT connections. He replied that I was the "second retard" to contact him. Perhaps a few others might like to set him straight as well. Seems that every time someone with an actual vintage model makes a good sale (such as last week -$5300) some creep with one of these cheap, imitation copies thinks he can put one over on an unsuspecting newbie by trying to piggyback on a trade name. eBay needs to start banning this crap, or at least the phonies who make these exaggerated claims. Seems like "I'm not really sure" and "I don't really know" have become excuses for just about any misleading statement, even outright fraud.