You can find lots of them looking at the dealer inventories on jeep.com. It's odd but I found several dealerships who routinely order them watching the Limited market in suburban Boston for a few weeks before buying (or they ordered them once and they were stuck in inventory). Mansfield Chrysler Jeep for one.
Jeep is kind of odd in that they apparently let dealers order whatever they feel like. There was quite a bit of "dealer norms" that I came to recognize. For example, my dealer did not have a single GC with a factory hitch on the lot. Most likely because it's more profitable to install them aftermarket -- they jumped at the chance to do it significantly below the option invoice price to close the deal. Some dealers always order Navigation, some have a mix. My dealer orders no limiteds with 20" wheels, most have a mix. Many car brands have a much more disciplined approach to what option packages are on the normal lot cars, though obviously you can do anything you want as a pure custom order.