I pulled an old 11’ Surftech ST lifeguard board out of the dumpster awhile ago and I’m finally getting around to doing something with it. It’s essentially the same template as the Munoz Super Glide with flatter rocker. Since a few inches of the nose had been broken off and most of the glass stripped off the bottom I decided to cut it down to a 10’-something nose rider. The blank with the deck glass is very light and dry, and the deck has that nice contour from years of knee paddling. There’s no delam on top so I plan on leaving that alone and glassing the bottom and rails. I’m filling small voids with DAP Touch & Foam and looking at the rails I can see what looks like a mold line. I’m wondering if I should cut the existing glass off at this line or just sand back the paint and leave the rails wrapped? I will have to wrap the nose & tail where it’s been reshaped. I know in the end it would probably be easier to shape a new board but I have a sentimental attachment to this design and I like to reuse whenever possible. Thanks for all the tips on my previous post on removing the EVA foam on the deck - the multi tool scraper attachment did the job. I meant to reply but the site is not allowing me that privilege at this time. Thanks in advance for any tips, thoughts, etc.