That would be a blast to do.
I've seen a few of the commercial fiberglass boat molds come up for sale over the past few years. What a experience to build a hull, and then finish off the boat. Big project.
Always thought that this eastern boat was a cool looking troller. I like it all, except the price! haha
Potbuilder- if you are ever back Down East, I really recommend checking out and take a tour of The Boat School in Eastport ( http://www.theboatschool.net ). I walked around there plenty of times when I lived in the area, always wanted to take a few classes, but never settled myself down long enough to do so. Always fun to see what was coming out of there and being worked on.
As for molds for sale from back there well there is a reason they are for sale ??? think about it would you sell something that is in demand and working well ??
This was the mold I wish I would have jumped on. Shipping it would be been interesting though. The boats that came out of that mold are really nice seagoing boats. Not sure how much the new owner would lease it out for.
If i was to finish another boat i would buy the hull and molded top and have the builder install the engine and running gear then i would do the rest but there are a lot of nice used boats on the market if you look have cash and are ready to move quickly.