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This is a fully restored BN Morris 17' Cedar/Canvas canoe with serial number 16433. It is a Sport Model with 24” Torpedo decks and all Mahogany top wood, and a very rare find. It was manufactured in Veazie Maine about 1918. Katherine Kloss has written a book, The Morris Canoe, which is available thru the WCHA
This is a fully restored Old Town 18' Cedar/Canvas Canoe with serial number 24568. The manufacturers record, courtesy of the WCHA, indicate it was manufactured in December 1912 and shipped to the Frank Bump Company in Binghamton, NY on February 12, 1913. It is the IF (Ideal Fisherman) Model which later
I'm looking for canoes to restore. I do this as a hobby - I 'trade up' if I especially like the end result and sell the others. If you can help me put w/c canoes back on the water by giving/selling me restorable canoes then please contact me!
Peterborough Model 16, serial # 8255, for sale. $500.00 or best offer. Stored inside for 25 years. For more information or photos contact Bruce at email@example.com or 715-462-4191. Located near Hayward, WI.
The hull was constructed at the WCTVI boatbuilding school on Quoddy Head in South Lubec Me. in the early 70s. She was finished in N.H. and at Lake Tahoe, Ca. by the owner. An excellent sailer! Lots of fun. Beautyful on the water and rows very well to boot. All sails and rigging included.
17' circa 1911, SN7780, Model A: recanvassed, painted and varnished. Mahogany closed gunwales. Mahogany framed, caned seats and thwarts. Includes floor grate, but is not installed in canoe. Excellent condition.