My Dad and I built a wooden Sunfish in the summer of 1971. I remember my Dad buying the kit at the New York Boat Show in the Colleseum. When my Dad bought the kit, the salesman told us that this was one of the last kits for a wooden Sunfish; they had been discontinued. Now for my question. When we built the boat, there was one step that we didn't do: there is a block of wood on the inside of the hull that the mast block is screwed into. This block was supposed to be glued to the underside of the deck and we forgot to do that. When the boat was repainted many years ago, the mast block was unscrewed from the top, and you guessed it: the block dropped off. Now there is a block of wood bouncing around on the inside of the hull whenever we tip the boat on it's side to drain it. Is it possible to repair this problem? Yes, it does leak quite a bit as well. How would I go about repairing leaks in this wooden Sunfish? Also the deck drain plugs (not the cockpit drain plug) were removed and are now holes in the deck that we put cork into. Can hardware be re-installed in these holes?