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Old Town 16' 1936 Yankee completed

Discussion in 'Wood and Canvas' started by Howie, Apr 7, 2021.

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  1. Howie

    Howie Wooden Canoe Maniac

    A blonde on a horse!
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  2. Michael Grace

    Michael Grace Lifetime Member

    Beautiful, Howie! I never thought I would like a yellow canoe but not too long ago I painted one yellow and loved it. Yours seems even nicer. What paint and color is that?

    Michael
     
  3. OP
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    Howie

    Howie Wooden Canoe Maniac

    Thanks for the kind words! I used Epifane's Monourethane Bold Yellow #37.
    Years ago I did another using Epifane's Yacht Enamel that looked just as nice.
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  4. Norm Hein

    Norm Hein Canoe Codger

    Outstanding! We have been looking for a nice Yellow for our OCTA and I think we just found it. Great work as always!
     
  5. Blott

    Blott LOVES Wooden Canoes

    That looks nice. I always like paddling next to people in yellow canoes and yellow shirts. They act like "bug magnets" here in the UK and keep me pest free :)

    Epifanes is great paint albeit a tad expensive and in small pots.
     
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  6. johnmetts

    johnmetts Enthusiastic about Wooden Canoes

    37. Good color. That's my lucky number, the name of my old dog, and my favorite fall gravel road driving speed.

    Really nice work.
     
  7. John Janicek

    John Janicek Curious about Wooden Canoes

    Wow! What a beautiful restoration.
    And I absolutely love the color. Nice job!
     
  8. Chris Aman

    Chris Aman New Member

    Wow! I'm impressed! I am restoring a 1941 Yankee, which also has western red cedar planking, and northern white cedar ribs. So I took note of the color variations with your finished canoe. Also as a luthier, I'm familiar with these woods when used as soundboards for instruments. The contrast in the colors is lovely!
     

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