BTW, when I opened it, I used a circ saw just under the gunnel. It took about 2 minutes. Was as tho I was unzipping it. Really fun!! But, watch the fiberglass dust in your skin....The sail(s) were tarps, the rudder a piece of strand board, the tiller a treated wood porch rail, the daggerboard a piece of rusty flat steel, the boom electriv cal conduit, and the mast a piece of conduit w/ a steel pipe therein. Yep, just too much to replace on a really bad hull. The tarp will be great for a painting project..
well, bear in mind that all I really had was an old waterlogged, loose hull. Even has it been salvagable, every other part would have had to be replaced, a pricey endeavor. It's much cheaper to find an older Sunfish on craigslist even if in need of a light refurb... But, believe me, this hull in question would not have been worth saving, and I did find a viable use for the hull....If I owned that hull bottom, I'd be advertising for a Sunfish with a holed bottom, and good deck!
(If it would fit, that is).