I certainly did.
I had a reasonable look to see if with the removal of the extraneous bodywork, i.e. front wings and a few other bits, was the shell salvageable and a reasonable going concern. I didn't study it in great detail, as I already have a running car with a full cage in it, but what is there, on reasonable inspection, was acceptably good. There are a few rusty bits in odd places - such as the corner of the roof from memory and the tops of doors, but the floors, chassis rails, sills, wheel arches were all acceptably good. If it were me, I would strip out all of the extraneous bits, perhaps even have the shell dipped or grit blasted and start over. There may be some local patching required, but not wholesale refabrication of any complex parts. I think it would need replacement doors, front wings and some work to the rear taillight areas - but all of the original structure seems pretty good.
If you had a garage and some time and were good with a wire wheel etc you could probably do enough to make it into a project shell. Remember a cage like that is probable around £800+.
Don't take my word for anything - as I was not looking that hard, even though I spent most of the day there.