The hull looks to be good, the superstructure, which I am assuming is from the model, is well made, but of poorer wood that the hull.
Looking around, the hull looks a little similar to the Aerokit Sea Queen, Commander, or even the RAF Rescue boat that is on this forum, though the last two would appear to be a little less flat along the bottom of the transom.
The power source mount points seem further forward than most hulls I have looked at. And I'm assuming by the 2 lumps of wood in the bow, that the intention was battery power that would be housed between the transom and the next bulkhead.
I don't really know how old it is, certainly more than 25 years, so quite possibly 30+ years. My guess so far, if I assume the superstructure is part of it, is that it is probably an ocean cabin cruiser.
I'll as the Parents to get a front and rear photo, and to get the length, beam and depth measurements. The superstructure is 12" x 4" apparently.