Old Town 71445 is a 17 foot AA Grade Otca model, with red Western cedar planking and open mahogany gunwales, mahogany decks, thwarts, and seat frames. It was fitted with a keel and painted dark green and shipped to Weirs, New Hampshire, on July 7, 1922.
The notation "oil in Japan" on the build record refers to a surface treatment that speeds up drying.
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