I have a couple of old stable wildwater kayaks that I used to use on the Kenduskeag, but whose bottoms make rock scraping a little marginal, and they should go to people who could use them to keep them out of the landfill ... for now.
Both date from the mid 70s when we were building light glass.
The Phantom Sprint is pretty V bottomed with the hull straight out to the wings. Pretty manuverable. Bottom has a bunch of patches, and really should get some patch removal and a layer of glass to go on a scratchy river, but it works fine on flat water. I built in when living in Philly. State of the art at the time. This boat is kind of fun on the river.
The other is a Phoenix Match which may have been commercially built. It got a seam blown out on the Savage and I got it for low money and fixed it. A somewhat more modern shape with hollows going up to the wings. Not as many bottom patches. A faster shape.
Both are around 30 pounds; we used to build light even though we didn't have today's materials
Both are set up for a 30-31 inch inseam with solid braces.
Collecting dust right now, good boats for training or as a prelim for more advanced.
I also have a goretex kokatat dry top medium I think that needs neck and wrist gaskets which I'd let go for a hundred bucks.