There was one next to me for 20 years. They were designed during the wood to glass crossover. It may even have been a mold taken from a existing lobster boat that was efficient for that era. A stepping stone that was part of what downeast boats are today. They were great inshore boats for their time.
I really like the shear line on this boat. Great looking traditional design. SW Boat works has the mold. It probably would have the plank lines with out fairing the hull. I think there is a short video on SW site. I believe they call it the "Slippery 38" very cool old school. Check it out.