|1939 Old Town 17' wood and canvas canoeYOUR RESPONSE TO THIS AD MUST CONTAIN THE DATE THE KEEL WAS PUT ON THIS CANOE.
Here's your Winter project. 1939, 17 foot Old Town canoe. Common Sense grade, Heavy Water model.
|HB GATESThis 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. Other then a little external tarnish, it is as the the day it left HB GATES' shop.
|1962 Old Town Square Back Canoe with Sponsons1962 Old Town Square Back Canoe with Sponsons, Shorelander Trailer, Tohatsu 4 Stroke, 4HP Motor. Assessories are custom seat cushions, life jackets, gas tank, ores, paddles and anchor. Asking $5,000.
|1924 Carlton CanoeRestoration just completed. New canvas with three coats of Epifanes, new outwales, new ash thwarts and keel, new seats and some new cedar planking. Solid.
|For Sale - Restored Threehouse 12 ft wooden canoe Mortimer L. Threehouse was a craftsman from Rochester, NY who as a hobby in the late 1800s / early 1900s built one or two canoes per year sold locally for racing on the Genesee river. The hull design of the canoe is sleek so that it is fast and agile. Threehouse selected and milled all of his lumber and there typically was 8 - 10 different species in each canoe. ||10/02/2019 |
|Old Town Square Stern CanoeExcellent condition. Partially restored by Schuyler Thomason. Stem was replaced so there is no serial #.Performs well with 2.5 outboard.Oars and oarlocks included. Extra seat added in midsection. Yamaha 2.5 outboard and Trailex trailer can be purchased separately. Mid Atlantic delivery is possible.||10/07/2019 |
|Chestnut Oglivy Henry 16’Chestnut Oglivy Henry 16’ canoe built for standing in for the hunter or fisherman. Beautiful design, very stable for family as well. This is a flat-bottomed, straight-sided modest rocker...slow and steady. Price lowered to $1,000 or best offer on 11/23/18
|18 foot long Old Town Guide from 1942 with a full sail rigA 1942 Old Town Guide in CS grade with a full 45 square foot sail rig has been donated to the WCHA and is now for sale. It was fully restored by Bruce Malone in Rockport, Maine several years ago and has seen limited use since then. This originally shipped to Professor J. Henry Rushton who does not appear to be closely related to the famous John Henry Rushton who built canoes in Canton, New York. More pictures are available.
|Old Town 16' HWI have for sale a 1912 Old Town HW that has been completely restored. The usual woodwork; some ribs, gunwales, seats as well as canvas, paint and varnish. It is an excellant paddler and I have used it a couple of times on trips to the Adirondacks. It has been stored under cover since I completed the restoration a year ago. Thanks for looking.
|Thompson HiawathaThompson Hiawatha wood and canvas canoe. 17 feet long. Recently restored by John Visser. Located in Central New York State - buyer must pick up near Herkimer, NY. Selling, as she is a little heavy for my cartop needs. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and phone (315) 868-7054.