Tips are together, outwales are on and with first three coats of varnish. Somehow or other, the tips ended about 1/4" closer together than they once were, meaning I had that much extra outwale to clean up the ends a bit, which were pretty worn, with a file and using just a bit of epoxy/sawdust filler.
In order to center the outwales along the length I plugged and redrilled all the screw holes into the ribs and inwales. Many of the screws had countersunk too far into the outwales, so I filled all the screw holes in the outwales with gflex/sawdust and re-drilled and countersunk them into the epoxy sawdust, which made a fairly solid new seat for the screwheads.
The screws nearest the tips had been fitted with steel 1/4-20 through-bolts and nuts that had chewed up the outwales substantially so I filled those areas also with g-flex & sawdust, and put in 1-3/4" screws with finish washers which I filled behind with the epoxy sawdust so they'd harden into a solid washer to spread the load over the repaired area.
I had to relieve the backsides of the outwales near the tips to fit over the canvas and planking, which I'd replaced and probably should have tapered down toward the edges. So they're a bit delicate to my eye at the tips and maybe I should make some brass tip guards or something to sturdy things up. But I might just see how they fare as is.
Filled and redrilled countersinks:
Top half of decal is original. Half of the O and most of the bottom half is pieced together from a replacement decal from the store. Those are slightly larger than original so I cut and fitted pieces together, about 7 separate pieces, to fit it to what was left of the original. A bit of amber shellac gave a good color match to the white areas. Epoxy sawdust fill between the outer stem tip and the inwales is the result of trimming the inwale tips to match the inner stem, before the canvas was on. Lesson learned...
Back sides of outwale tips had to be cut back to fit around the planking and canvas. I imagine this could have worked out differently if I knew what I was doing before I was doing it...