I acquired this work boat a few years ago and have been doing a total rebuild on her. It is a cool, rare hull design in the Lake Erie boating region. My good friend, Greg Group, a 2nd generation marine surveyor in Cleveland and Northeast, Ohio, thought that it is a Sisu 22 design. It is built with either white or yellow cedar strip about 1" in thickness. It was originally fiber glassed inside and out. I have replaced the solid deteriorated cedar ribs with 1.5" marine plywood and have replaced the transom with marine plywood also. The deck sole is also being replaced with 3/4" marine plywood and will be glassed in as was the original sole. Does anyone have an idea of who the builder could be? I thought that it could be a Midland 22 but I have not seen any that are cedar strip construction. The title says it is a Wilcox and has a hull I.D. number beginning with VTZ which could mean it is a home built Vermont boat. I haven't been able to find any info on a Wilcox 22. I am suspicious of the accuracy of this title information. In its past, it had been used by a marine towing company and a nearby marina. Hopefully, the pic of the boat will be attached. Any help about the origin of this boat would be greatly appreciated.