Donor hull for custom build
I'm looking to build a 24 foot custom trailerable displacement trawler and would like to find a suitable fiberglass donor hull. Multi day to a week at a time inland waterway cruising and overnighting for a couple will be the primary usage (Erie canal, upper Chesapeake & Barnegat bays, Navesink, Shrewsbury, Delaware & Hudson rivers, 1000 islands etc....) both anchoring out and in transient dockage. Outboard power (25hp or less) with conversion from inboard expected (bracket & swim platform), or potential for sailboat conversion (a la "terminal trawler"....and yes I understand the potential roll motion issues).
Preference for a straight (or near so) bow and traditional sheer. Very minimal onboard systems (no genset/120vac, composting head, portable butane burner & propane grill, block ice & cooler etc...) so lighter displacement, and hopefully shoal draft. Ideally, donor boat cost with serviceable trailer would be $5,000 or less, an acknowledgement of the likelihood of the potential for very little resale value if the end result 1) does not perform well or 2) misses the mark on live-ability or aesthetics.
So any suggestions on which donor hulls I should be concentrating on in my search?