Old Town 99409 is a 17 foot CS (common sense, or middle) grade Otca model canoe, finished September 1928 to April 1929. It has red Western cedar planking, open spruce gunwales, a keel, a floor rack, and oak rub rails. Wood species of decks, thwarts, and seat frames isn't specified but is commonly ash or birch on CS grade Otcas of this time period--- but could be any hardwood except mahogany. The canoe was painted Old Town design #23.
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