I picked up a 1960 sunfish in very good condition for its age. I already own an older Sunfish that I was considering painting. I decided to experiment with the 1960 version, which I am very thankful. I learned a few things that will help when I paint my other boat. Back to my newly aquired 1960. She has no inspection ports, but weighing in at 130, I felt there is no need. Being 50 yrs old, I'm sure she could use some drying out, but I wanted to save the money and time. However, when putting the splashgard back on after the paint job, I noticed some definite softness to the top both on the bow and aft sides of the splashgard, mostly noticed on the bow side. I can press the fiberglass down at least 1/4 inch. Do I have loose foam? I actually didn't think there was foam attached to the top at that location. How would I fix if I do address it? Or, can I sail as is? With the time and expense in painting, I'd like to be done with it. Actually plan to sell, but don't want to pass along a major issue. Advice?