Originally Posted by tubbo
Looks a bit like a Prijion 420 or Special Slalom popular in the 70's, early 80's. There was a commercial builder (Hyperform) licensed to build the German designs here in the states in fiberglass. If the boat is length is over 13'6" it might be a 420, if it's 13'2" it might be a Special Slalom. Look for a serial number etched near the stern. If it's HPP or HIP it might be one of their boats. Any spray skirt for a standard sized cockpit should fit. Good luck.
Thanks for all the info.
A good friend gave it to me because it was like being wedged into a kazoo, and I have a 28" waist. It had been stored on top of a beetle throughout several hot summers, and had slightly collapsed. With a heat gun and some egyptian technology I managed to straighten it all out except one tiny dent and it's comfortable now.
It's probably about right for what I need even without a spray skirt. It's going to take me about about 4 miles across lake Buchanan from a public boat ramp, to the land I inherited from my grandparents. They bought it in '34, and the easement was flooded by the lake in '35. Noone has ever been able to negotiate an easement to the subdivision, so no development has really happened there. I kind of like that about it, and even prefer it that way. Definitely a place to go camping and really get away from civlization.
Okay now, where's that tape measure?