There's four new ones on eBay right now.
There are at least two variations available, according to the Eickhorn-Solingen website, the KM2000 & the KM2000BW. FWIW each one uses a different blade steel.
The KM2000 uses Böhler N695, a stainless steel with a high (1.05%) carbon content. After hardening & tempering it runs 57-60 HRc. The USA equivalent is 440C.
The KM2000BW uses 1.4110 stainless steel with a lower carbon content (0.60%). Hardness runs 56-57 HRc. The USA equivalent is 440A.
The knife guys can elaborate on the differences between the two.