I was pretty happy after having removed the 20yr old bright blue "carpet" style headlining that pretty much covers most of the inside of Insatiable
, but the exercise did uncover a multitude of imperfections. There are various holes that have been cut for some unknown reason, long since forgotten. There are joins in panels
, some of which are pretty uneven. All these had been covered by the lining, but I'll be damned if I am going to re-line.
So, anyway, as a first stage, I and a buddy of mine (experienced builder
/ shipbuilder) spent a fun filled day, making timber panels
holes, bogging and fibre-glassing. We used vinylester resin and chopped strand mat. It looks pretty messy right now, but with some sanding
back and then judicious use of fairing compounds I think its gonna come up pretty nicely.