Aerocraft CL-15 - $275 (Hamline Midway, St. Paul)
As far as I can tell this is an Aerocraft 1961/62 C or CL-15.
I bought it last year in rough shape and put a few rivets in it, a middle thwart, new seats, and some hand holds near the front and back. I also put some glue/boat goop along the main seam and the nose to prevent a leak. It sweats a bit along some of the bottom rivets but not fast enough to accumulate.
It's keel is straight as an arrow and it has no big dents, no punctures, nothing like that.
Aerocraft 15' Canoe - $200 (Frogtown)
Nice size, comfier seats than aluminum, sturdy.
Small dings here and there but no tears, punctures, or patches. The rim or gunwale is not perfectly symmetrical (see pic) but this has no effect on paddling, steering, etc. I put some ship goop on some seams to stop a slow leak.
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