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Got Stripers
08-29-2015, 03:54 PM
Dug out girl friends sit ins that have been stored for about eight years, which she would like to sell, but I'm clueless on value. The glass Lincoln's look to be in very good clean shape, they are 12 foot Quoddy Lite's, any idea of value ?

The third is not glass and is a 14 foot Vespar, again if in good shape what is a good price to move?

Got Stripers
09-02-2015, 06:58 AM
Will probably post on classified once I have a clue what these are worth.

Cool Beans
09-02-2015, 08:28 AM
theres a knock off version that is comparable to your blue one on Cragslist now that looks like the blue Lincoln. 12 footer with long detailed description that may give you a lot of info in the particulars for this kayak. He is asking for $650 for that one.

In the add he states comparable to a Lincoln fiberglass/kevlar Quoddy Light 12 (33lbs.) which retails at $2375.

Recognized as a classic, the Lincoln Kayaks Quoddy Light is a beautifully handcrafted transitional touring kayak built in Freeport Maine. Using their unique Paddle-LiteŽ construction process, Lincoln combines over fifty years of canoe and kayak construction to bring consumers strong, stable, and lightweight kayaks. The Quoddy Light is no exception to this. Built with Maine-pride and incomparable quality, the Quoddy Light is one of the lightest, most versatile kayaks available today. (

09-02-2015, 09:01 AM
yeah I was gonna say, those glass ones can be very expensive new!

Got Stripers
09-04-2015, 05:24 PM
Off to Billington Sea Kayaks to sell on consignment.
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