I have checked my records. The CV-990 still parked in good (complete) condition is EC-BZO. It has been one of the last two CV-990s in service for Spantax until its demise in March 1988 (both painted in full last Spantax colours). The other one, EC-BQQ, remained in PMI for quite a time but wings were cut off and elementary parts dismantled until 1995. It's the hulk described by some others here. On the other hand, I am not sure about the photos of the poor-condition CV-990 in Airliners.net database. There are no Spanatax titles and logos on it, so I assume this is EC-BQQ before wings were cut off and aircraft fell into the "nose up" position. So, I have a different interpretation of the photo than Duke. I would appreciate if anybody could confirm which one is pictured on the Airliners.net photos. The last time I saw EC-BZO (the prospected museum aircraft) it was painted in full - quite fresh-looking - Spantax colours with all markings and complete airframe.
Frankm, may be you could just let me know when you visited PMI? If it's been after 1995/96, the Airliners.net photos are definitely showing EC-BQQ.