Although the frames are not symmetrical (because they include the flared stub of the bridge deck) they can be used to make left and right hulls by flipping them around.
The frames are in my boatbuilding shed in Jamberoo which is about two hours south of Sydney
. The weight is probably over a ton, I don't think the freight cost to USA is worth it.
To make these frames I used about 24 sheets
of 18 mm MDF (aka Craftwood), about $1000, the CNC cutting cost another $1200. I would like to help with the CNC files but I am just absolutely flat out building and working so don't have time to organize them.
Cold moulding is probably faster than my techniques, but also a bit heavier. Plus there is a lot more fairing to get a finish as smooth as sheets