The STRATosphere on eBay. I had the location wrong though. Looks like he's in New Hampshire.
Ah, yes, they became infamous for their — to paraphrase Aristotle — "the sum of the parts is worth more than the whole" business model. They made a small fortune by buying vintage Fenders, taking them apart, and selling all the parts separately. I think many people realized long time ago vintage parts were worth 25-50% more than the whole guitar, but they were the first to cannibalize vintage guitars on a large, retail scale. With a limited supply chain for vintage instruments, they found out could do the same with any new or used Fender (and other makes). And they just keep expanding for there. They don't make any parts in house, so they probably sourced those bodies wholesale.