I do have a 1960 Joe Quigg Malibu Chip 10' +
I do understand the historical significance of the shaper. And what innovation he has giving to the lifestyle and hobbie that so many do enjoy. I do also know that these board are somewhat rare. What I would like to do with the board.is make it surfable not for every day use however I don't believe in wall hangers that never see the water. I think we are doing the designer shaper name and innovater a disservice.
Now I did try to upload a photo however file to large.To discribe this board total delaminating to the point fiberglass bubbling. Rails intact. Nose and tail Intact. Stringer straight. Major foam shrinkage 1"+ on the deck. 50+ years of sun damage.
Now, I would like to know your personal opinions on the matter. In the San Diego area, And I do know there are restorers (Randy Rarick) and the like. I would like to know if anyone is local to Southern California willing to travel to LA
Also considering Is it possible to do a glass off restoration with adding foam sheets to make up for the shrinkage using the stringer as a guide for width and shape
Any information that you could provide would be most helpful.
All the best