I owned one for three years. Just sold it about 3 months ago. I had the same year and motor.
She's not the fastest kid on the block. Boat is heavier than most it's size. I wasn't a big fan of the cabin design Scarab put in it. They could have utilized more of the space available IMO. I couldn't find anything structural about the boat to complain about. I saw normal stress cracks around the windshield area which is common on a lot of boats.
Take a close look at the hinges on the engine hatch. When Wellcraft screwed them on at the factory they used screws that were too long on mine. When you stepped on the hatch in the area over the hinges the screws would poke through the vinyl into your foot. Hurt like hell. I removed the screws from the back side and cut them shorter fixing the problem. I looked at several 26s the same year but didn't see another one like that. Maybe mine was the only one...???
I had no major complaints about the boat. They seem to have a little better resale compared to the 25' Outlaws. I think it's because there aren't as many Scarabs on the market.