No - Stepan doesn't build any bodywork. His focus is on mechanical assembly and is mainly interested in building performance 356 engines. This rolling Spyder chassis is a one-off for him to showcase his mechanical products (he designs and manufactures several high performance 356 engine components including alloy pistons) and has a huge stock of early Porsche parts bought up years ago when they were cheap in Eastern Europe.
The chassis fabricator is one of Stepan's friends who has a workshop close to Prague. Again, I think he has only produced two dimensionally correct chassis - the one you see in my photos above which has a Pre-A front beam and a second which differs only in that it has a Mex VW front beam, which is considerally cheaper.
The \"third man\" is yet another friend of Stepan's who does the coachbuilding. His main focus is Jaguar C Type replicas in aluminium although I believe that over the years he has built around 30 Spyder replicas. These cars are basically alloy bodied Chamonix cars, though, as they use a Chamonix body as a buck so that isn't really what you are looking for. Shame, because the workmanship looks pretty nice in the photos I've seen but a bit pointless if you end up spending all that money and end up with all the faults of the fibreglass cars.
As far as I'm aware Ozzy Saez at Alloycars is the only person who can sell you an accurate alloy bodied car, he has one just finished on his website which is soon to be delivered to the new owner. He says he will be making one a year but the price will probably be considerable...well over $100K probably plus engine and tranny.
As Paul mentions, I am working on an alloy Spyder build for myself and am doing my best to make the bodywork as accurate as the chassis. There are no plans to make more than one car, though, as there are people in this community who make a living out of building these cars and I don't want to tread on anyone's toes. Sorry!