I have a KAF3200E and KAF3200ME, the CCD devices used in the legendary SBIG ST-10 cameras. They are unused chips obtained directly from Kodak, still in the anti-static packages.
There is a test sheet on the KAF3200E. It has a total of 18 bad pixels consisting 3 in a clump and 15 that are randomly distributed. It has no bad columns. Based on the pixel count it is a Class III device but it is within 5 pixels of being Class II and has fewer clumps than a Class II. With today's software, you won't notice the bad pixels.
I do not have a test sheet on the 3200ME device. It is an engineering sample so it may have bad columns and/or large clusters. So you can have it for free if you buy the 3200E.
The Audine camera design is easily adapted to these chips. I can provide schematic information for this if you wish.
Make an offer. All will be respectfully considered. I have no need for these devices, I'd like to see them find a good home.