Thanks to a timely heads-up from my buddy Mike I now have a 16' 1905 Old Town HW to restore, serial # 4376: AA grade, with mahogany seats, thwarts, and decks. Imagine: 112 years old. It also came with an Old Town 'Rowing seat & foot brace'. It has an Adirondack link as it was delivered to 'Paul Smith station' which I believe was just a RR station by the tracks at the time. It was bought 30 years ago in Burlington Vt by a fella who has since always kept it garaged. Some questions: Notice the two thwarts are differently shaped. They are both kinf crude and unshapely. But might they be original? Could perhaps the even less shapely one in the 3rd pic have been used as a seat? I suppose I'll know more once I remove the caps covering the ribs. Is perhaps the one-piece floor board original? Maybe it was included as part of the Old Town rowing seat & foot rest?, or maybe just a home-grown addition. Someone installed oar locking hardware smack dab in the center of each inwale. I'll certainly have to remove them and repair the inwale. The question is whether it would be a good idea to relocate the oar lock thingies in a chunk of wood and screw it to the outside of the canoe. Or maybe I'll just include them with the rowing & seat rest if I decide to sell them separately. The canoe is quite old - I suppose I ought to restore it to original condition.