I'm new this forum and to sailing. I just took a sailing class, loved it and have picked up a 76 Sunfish to continue learning with, but I'm confused about my boats design compared to what I see online about this vintage Sunfish . The one I have has no lip around the cockpit, its a rounded edge. No storage in back. There is just the cleat at the base of the mast, but no fairlead bullseye on the deck and only a fairlead hook on the front wall of the cockpit, no place for a ratchet block to be installed. The SN is stamped on the right side of the transom and the last digits are M76H. I wanted to install a swivel cam cleat on the deck above the fairlead hook, but with no lip, I think I'd have to install a threaded view port in order to access the underside of the deck for proper backing support. So my questions are: why doesn't my Sunfish look like the ones I see online, and second, is the wood backing on the deck in front of the cockpit that a swivel cam cleat can be screwed into, or do I need to cut an access to put in a solid aluminum or stainless backing plate? thanks in advance.