This photo shows the 3:1 traveler sheeting system, reassembled to the best of my ability.
There's a bail on each of the cheek blocks on the traveler car. A line runs from that to the sheave located under the track, back up to the cheek block, and back out to a sheave with a pivoting cam cleat bolted beneath the track.
Also visible in this photo is the port side track and block for the jib. Yup, it's up against the aft wall of the cockpit. Not where I expected to find it.
Below that are the two brackets that hold the boom support that holds the boom up off the deck when the sail is lowered. That's one of my favorite features of this boat: You can drop sail out on the water, and you're not left with a boom draping across the deck. The sails came with covers, which are easy enough to stow on board for just such an occasion.
This photo also indicates more of the state of wear on the gel coat. The top deck suffered more than the gel coat below the deck seam.
Back to the traveler car, I've got two long #10-32 bolts stuck through the cheek blocks to hold them in place. No, that's not how this thing is going out on the water. But the threaded holes in the traveler car are wallowed out. One side only has about two threads at the bottom of the hole, and the other has none. I'm planning to drill these out and re-thread them with #10-32 Helicoil inserts. Once that's done I can re-install the cheek blocks with the proper length stainless screws. And Loctite! (And sealant.)