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I am helping my 15 yr old son rehab a neglected 1972 Moore 5o5. We have no illusions of making this a race ready boat, just a fun toy to screw around on. The mostly open transom had a wood core that was half dry rot, so we chiseled that out and need to replace the wood. The original wood was 1" solid fir (? - not plywood). I was originally thinking we would use 1" marine plywood, but that is hard to come by locally and expensive considering how much we would need to buy versus actually need. Now I'm wondering if there is a better, at least more economical solution. We will encase the new core in epoxy and fiberglass it into place, there will be no exposed wood. Thoughts? Thank you!