Old Town tandem kayak
This is a great boat with lots of life left, but it has some stories to tell. Please read.
I picked it up at a yard sale without looking too closely at it because it was filthy. On cleaning it, I found somebody had drilled holes to (presumably) move the seat rails and footpeg assemblies. I filled the holed with matching stainless screws and rubber washers. And I replaced whatever hardware was missing or wrong. All stainless.
Now that I'm typing this and thinking, it COULD be that it was a roomy single seater and the holes were to make it a tandem? either way, it's an inexpensive Old Town kayak with lots of potential.
She's clean and presentable now, and just needs a pair of people (or single person since the front seat moves on rails to get it balanced) to go paddling.
Next minor issue. It's on my roof, as you can see, but the car's down with a bad clutch so I can't deliver it. I'm right up the hill from Hackettstown in Panther Valley. Or we can wait 'till the middle of next week and I'm back in business.
It's about 13 1/2 feet long and not overly heavy.
I'm looking for 250 for it, or make me an offer. Maybe trades for other sporting goods or watches?
I'm not always at this computer, so feel free to text me at 908-619-0654.
Posted on May 24, 2023
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