Ihave an "Ultra-lite" cedar strip canoe made in South River, Ontario by a one man company over 40 years ago. The canoe was made in 2 pieces and put together with one join in the middle. It was damaged in the recent wind storm, with a hole punched in the bow and the center joint cracked. I have been told that it is unreparable. I have 2 questions. One, is it truly unreparable? Two, does anyone have an idea of the value of this canoe? I think it may be a classic.