Well, the mystery $275 Wenonah turns out to be a Sundowner. It has some finish issues and a couple of bends in the aluminum gunwales that look like they can be straightened. The owner believes it is mostly a kevlar layup. It seems to weigh in the mid 50’s but I’ll get it on a scale tomorrow.
I’m thinking of straightening the gunwales with 2x4 blocks and a pipe clamp. Has anyone done this?
The owner patched the hull in a few places where the exuberance of youth overpowered the aramid and then he painted the entire hull with a closely matching green enamel. It might be nice to get back to the gel coat, that could be a wish best not asked for though.