Found this one for sale on Craigslist (Dearborn, MI) in December 2015 with an asking price of $3,000.
"Yep, the clear one. Serial number: A767D (which means it was about the 667th made out of the 3000 instrument production run)."
"This is in very good shape. I had the neck re-fretted (it had so many buzzes) by Tom Pellerito (he replaced the ivory nut but I still have that too) and had a couple extra pickups made by Dan's son, Kent Armstrong to go along with the Rock Treble pup that came with it. I also bought a copy of the original owner's manual, complete with wiring schematic. The body looks real good and though there are some small scratches, there are no huge gashes or flaws. Same with the neck."
"She plays great and sounds better! And you can't deny that amazing look. I have had so many compliments on it at gigs."
"It's not perfect though. The switch (not original) only works in one position and there are a few cracks in the pick guard near the jack (something that is notorious with these guitars). And lastly, a small round gear cover is missing from one of the tuners."
"Comes with non-original hard shell case. A beautiful guitar and a Rock n Roll monster! Not looking to trade. Cash only."