Car shows, swap meets, and word of mouth. You can call virtually any national Corvette recycle company listed in the back of the Vette magazines. However, they will usually get a premium for them. I think a fair price is between $250-$500 for one in good condition. I have seen the National scrapers asking up to $1,000 for them. I think I paid about $400 for mine and had to strip it down and paint it black from the original blue. You should also get the matching steering wheel.
I have seen them at virtually every large car show in the swap meet area. I bet there will be 200 of them at Sharkfest this year.
Cool, in beautiful Kentucky. Hopefully I will be moved to a little east of Louisville by then, so it won't be quite the drive it is now from OK. Although that's (east of Louisville) where I got my '69 last week and drove it home from there.
Hold on Guys.... If the Sharkfest is anything like the Rendezvous (for 80-82's) last year at the NCM it was not a "flea market" set up. You have a better chance at Corvette's at Carlisle (PA) in late August or the big Corvette show in the Chicago area.