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The first part of this post is correct buy NOT the second. This poster has no clue how much some people will spend to restore and old wood/canvas canoe. In that light, a wood or wood/canvas boat in excellent condition is a LONG way from being worthless (you may not get "antique" value, but you should get something "reasonable"). There are people who, for a given sum, would rather buy an old wood or wood/canvas canoe that's in good shape than one made of modern materials, and of course, some people who seek both kinds of boats. You just have to find them. Other factors will enter into the price I'm sure, such as who made the boat and what model it is.