noribyet, welcome to ribnet!
Why do I get the feeling your name may not be very appropriate soon?
Yeah, Boris has covered most. It will be pretty obvious if it's been well taken care of or abused. Check the underside of the toobs at the transom - if it's been beached a lot & found rocks that's where it will show. The toob - hull join is worth a peruse too, especially at the stern where all the water deflected up tried to sepatrate the two.
Generic places to look for cracks & dings on the hull are around the transom (incl. the A- frame mounts) and round the bow eye. Hopefully someone who knows this hull better can come along and expand on that.
If it's on a trailer, listen carefully as it is launched. Any grinding noises and you'll need new bearings before you go anywhere. A sharp reverse will tell you if the brakes work OK. (A gentle reverse and they shouldn't come on) Winch is the other thing that dies with monotonous regularity, and check the winch strap before towing. It doesn't take many frayed theeads to vastly reduce the load capabilities.
Looks like a nice boat in the pic.