Hi all. Not sure if this is the right place. I have a 16' cedar/canvas Faber that I want to replace with a more appropriate tripping canoe. It will need some resoration. I'll post pictures soon, just as soon as I can find them. The biggest issue is the split inwale on the port side. It never broke through, but I did an amature epoxy job on it. Honestly, I'm worried that I might have buggered the lines. Otherwise the paint is chipping off, but the canvas looks good to my eye. 20 years ago it was restored. New outwales/decks/thwarts/canvas. A couple ribs & planks replaced. New stems, removing the spikes. Keel removed. It hasn't been in the water in 10 years. The truth is that I'll never paddle it. My requirements are for something lighter, interior tripping. This canoe has been in my family for decades. I would like to see it restored and loved and used. Something I am just not able to do. It's a white elephant to me, but to someone with the time and inclination it can have a new life. Can someone point me in the right direction for moving this canoe? I'm hoping a restorer (pro or hobby) would take it and bring it back to life. Perhaps give me pointers on value - once I post photos?