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It certainly doesn't look promising, and I agree with your suspicion that it is a corrupted core file. I'd try loading it into dbx and seeing what it says.
There is a utility on Solaris, coreadm(9), which provides tremenduous flexibility in controlling
how much stuff gets put into a corefile. Could it be that the customer site has used coreadm
to really throttle down what's in the corefile?