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Before the winter sets in and we cannot drive into the house i would like to give away a project that i believe to be a Kennebec canoe (see heart shaped decks) in dire need of help. See the attached pics. It was acquired some years ago here in the Waterville, ME area where the Kennebec Canoe Company originated. A meet up for delivery is possible.
Thompson 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.
I 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.
1954 Old Town 16' Old Town Ocean Boat. It is in need of restoration. It will need some of the ribs replaced, the front deck framing repaired, sections of the curved combing replaced, and a complete repainting and varnishing. This is a cedar strip built boat without a canvas covering.
18 foot long Old Town Guide from 1942 with a full sail rig
A 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.
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. $2,000 or best offer