|B.N. Morris - 0riginal - 1905-1910B.N. Morris - original - 1905-1910-ish. No SN plate but there appears to be an oval shadow and nail holes on the bow deck. I'm told it is one of 200 left from original 20,000.
Type 1 heart decks, closed gunnels. 15 feet tops of stem to stern. Gunnel width ~ 30 with ~ 1 1/2" tumbledown so beam at 33. Depth top of gunnels to floor is 12". To the charts this appears to be a Model A.
Needs some minor restoration or just paint to be usable. ||08/10/2019 |
|Chestnut Cruiser - 16' (repro) -Price Reduced (again) but Firm (Sold)Chestnut Cruiser style – 2006 (reproduction)
Canoe Length: 16'
Built by Michael Snider of Iowa City IA in 2006. Mold was a copy of a Chestnut factory mold. I purchased off WCHA site a few months back and did minor restoration work. I have since picked up a 15' Old Town 50 pound that I restored and will keep in place of this canoe. Otherwise, I would not be selling. Very nice handling canoe and not bad to look at:-)
Serial # 105||08/14/2019 |
|1936 Old Town Sponson CanoeThis canoe, serial number 116367, was shipped to Abercrombie and Fitch on March 17, 1936. It is an A.A. Grade with mahogany gunwales, thwarts, decks and seats. The keel was laid up on Feb 26, and varnishing was completed March 4. It was painstakingly restored professionally in 1985-86. Detailed, itemized information on the condition prior to restoration and all work carried out, including all materials used, is available. The canoe was fiberglassed at the time of restoration.||08/15/2019 |
|1923 Old Town CanoeThe Old Town canoe with serial number 76033 is a 16 foot long, AA (or top) grade, Ideal model with red western cedar planking, open mahogany gunwales, mahogany decks, mahogany thwarts, mahogany seats, half ribs, and a keel. It was built between January and June, 1923. The original exterior paint color was dark green. It was shipped on July 9th, 1923 to Sugar Hill, Hampshire. It was returned for repairs on October 22nd, 1963 from Lisbon, New Hampshire but was taken back on December 10th, 1963 without any work being done as noted on the back side of the card.||08/26/2019 |
|1944 Old Town CanoeCalling all outdoor, water and watercraft enthusiasts!!!!! Thanks for looking at this 1944 Old Town Canoe - complete restoration was done in 2001 and comes on a trailer for easy transport. Looking for a buyer who will appreciate this vessel and love as we did. Willing to negotiate
|1926 Old Town 15 foot Long Deck canoeFor Sale 1926 Old Town 15 foot Long Deck canoe. Featured in Wooden Canoe Journal December 2017. Possibly the only 15 foot long deck Old Town with Torpedo ends. Very good condition. Asking $4500 or best offer. Contact Craig at 906-225-1769.
|New 16' Chestnut Prospector replicaThis replica model follows the styling and specifications of the original Chestnut Prospector and is constructed with white cedar ribs, western red cedar planking, and ash decks and gunwales. It has a spruce carrying yoke and hand-caned ash seats. The hull is canvas covered and finished with a quality marine paint in traditional red, accented with brass stem bands.
All fasteners used on this canoe are brass or bronze.
Professionally hand-crafted by the Lone Pine Canoe Company.
(Canadian price $ 5 500.00 CAD)
|B.N.Morris Canoe circa 1902This is a beautiful canoe that has been carefully restored and has a great history. It has always been stored inside. We have loved it dearly, but it's just too heavy for us to wrestle around anymore. It needs a new loving home. Asking $3000/OBO.
|1941 Old Town Yankee (Sold)1941 Old Town “Yankee”
Canoe Length: 16'
SN: 131206 16
Rescue canoe purchased from the "Old_Paddler" in March. Very solid canoe with restoration including new upper inner stems on both ends, scarfed ends on inwales on both ends, new mahogany outwales, inner hull stripped and 4 coats of UV applied, new canvas with 4 coats of marine enamel and a pin strip to set off the orange pumpkin:-)||09/01/2019 |
|1939 16' Old Town Yankee - fully restoredThis is a gorgeous 16' Old Town Yankee wood/canvas canoe from 1939, serial # 126196-16. It was fully restored in September 2018 and looks just like it did when it left the factory. Well, not quite true - this is red (my wife's choice!), the original was green. It hasn't even seen water yet. It weighs a very manageable 71#.||09/03/2019 |