Got the new boat home today. It is going to require more work than the Huron did but I love challenges and it is a lovely little boat. It isn't really old but has the pre-1974 decal on it and does seem well enough put together. It does have the scarfed outwales which I understand were on the newer boats as with the 3" cant ribs. It was stored for about 10 years upside down under a deck, which likely explains how much rot there is at the stem tips. Inwales and deck tips are rotted off as well. It has alum stem bands and hordes of steel robertson screws in it. The seller told us he bought it from a fellow in Gillam Manitoba and planned to eventually fix it up. We will take care of that for him. What I like about this craft is the dimunitive size. It is barely 14 feet long, 30 1/2" wide outside the gunwales and measuring from the bottom of the thwart, 11" deep. The ribs are 1 1/2" wide and 1 1/2" apart. So it could be a..."Little, Peach, Playmate or Fox" based upon the dimensions, although it is skinnier than any of those models, based upon the info on the Dragonfly web site. Work has begun already, the canvas is being stripped off as well as the one remaining outwale and the keel.