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  Whatever you are willing to pay for it
  Posted by: goobs on Oct-27-12 12:05 AM (EST)
 

Dear Ben,

I hate to be so short and smug but without a model, layout, and length all anyone can do is guess.

It looks to be about 16' +/-, and it looks to be made of something other than Royalex, and that is about all that can be clearly seen from the pictures.

It has nice wood gunnels that need some attention but you can get them on just about any Novacraft.

Here is a link to Novacraft.

http://www.novacraft.com/about_novacraft.htm

Here is a link to a local to me Novacraft dealer which gives pricing for some but not all of their models.

http://www.bluemountainoutfitters.net/Pdf_files/canoe_inv.pdf

Personally, if I saw that in yard somewhere with a "For Sale" sign on it I'd start at $ 300.00 if the seller can't give you number.

As a buyer you can always increase your offer depending on how the seller responds. They are trying, hoping, wishing, wondering if, they can sell the canoe.

As a buyer if you have cash you can dictate the terms.

That's all I got.

Regards,

Tim Murphy AKA Goobs

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Yakuzzi

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