So this found its way into my shop today. 10'6 (if the nose was not broken off) made out of full length planks. The guy who brought it to me says it's a Hobie 1950's, it has been in his family since the beginning, passed down used and abused living a full life as a surfboard. I guess with good intentions he decided to strip the glass, but then realized he was in over his head. He lost the logo, which he said was deck side on the tail and had a number of 132. He wants me to finish taking the old glass off and shape it into something easier to ride. It could be re templated easily into a 10 ft to get rid of the nose damage and enjoyed for another 70 years. Taking some of the belly out of the bottom and slimming up the tail block would also make it easier to ride. Is this appropriate or sacrilege? I don't have a good feeling of how badly this is damaged (get what I can out of it and keep it providing joy on the water or does this wood demand all attempts to be brought back to its exact original state)?