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Ta da... E.M.White is done

Discussion in 'Wood and Canvas' started by Howie, Jul 14, 2019.

  1. Howie

    Howie Wooden Canoe Maniac

    I've just completed that 16' E.M.White I picked up last year.
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    Purists may note that the seats & thwarts are a little fancier than Whites had from the factory. I had to remake the seats anyway, so I decided to make them in the curvier Old Town style rather than just the slightly rounded sticks White gave it. Ditto with the thwarts.

    And I am amazed: it weighs only 64#! Seems to me a typical 16' Old Town or Penn Yan I've completed weighs between 69# to 74#. This White has 3 full size thwarts plus a carry thwart, as well as those honking huge brass bang plates on either end.

    O - some may note that the rails don't extend part the stem as often seen with Whites; this is the way this canoe was made. Note the copper strip that covers the end of the bang plates by the outer rail tips.
     
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  2. Norm Hein

    Norm Hein Canoe Codger

    Nice work Howie. I like the color of the hull. what is it?
     
  3. OP
    OP
    Howie

    Howie Wooden Canoe Maniac

    Thanks Norm. It's Epifanes Monourethane 'Deep Red'.
     
  4. Norm Hein

    Norm Hein Canoe Codger

    Thanks Howie. Have a great time at the Assembly if you're going.
     
  5. johnmetts

    johnmetts Curious about Wooden Canoes

    Gosh. That's lovely.

    Nice work, Howie.
     

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