Something like a Clearstream 5 but more designed for Low VHF if possible.
The C5 is essentially a C1 that has been re-scaled for the high V band. You'd have to re-scale the C5 again by a factor somewhere around 2x-3x to make it effective on low V. People already whine about its cost as it is.
Winegard has their big combo (8200) as well as a small combo (HD7000R) that they've recently brought back. They also have the Sensar with is fair enough on VHF but really sucks at UHF, even with the clip-on.
RCA sells four different all-channel combos from their ATN303x lineup. Winegard manufactures these for VOXX under contract. One of them appears to be a resurrection of a short-lived model that SS had exclusivity to back when SS was in bed with Winegard.
Solid Signal sells an "8200" model. I've never heard from someone who I consider reliable make any comparisons as to how close it is to the WG 8200. I also don't know if WG does their manufacturing for them on that model or if SS orders them out of China like they do the rest of their private label antennas.
CM has their CM3016/18/20 and their CM5016/18/20 models.
Antennacraft, of course, is out of business. However, you might want to call any local stores and see if they have any of the old style Antennacraft models still laying around. You might be pleasantly surprised.
Antennas Direct exited the low-VHF, FM, and all-channel combo market segment a year or two ago.