The problem with that is that the PCC-IIs are not really PCCs. They have a PCC-esque shell, yes - but underneath, they're fairly modern LRVs.I have a feeling most will actually go to museums or other railways, mainly for parts though. They're still in great shape (for heritage vehicles), and both Cities and heritage railways eat PCCs up. There are very few agencies that showed interest in the CLRVs (and less so the ALRVs) because so few cities had some form of involvement with them, and only 1 city ever operated them full time.
And unfortunately, they've always been quite unreliable ones at that. (The joke about "Brookville kwality" comes up frequently here.)
Kenosha may pick up one or two of the best ones, but even then I have my doubts - "regular" PCCs can still be found, and the parts are far easier to work on than the computerized ones used on the PCC-IIs.