I doubt it exists. Most fabric is made on 190 cm looms, which produces finished fabric of around 55 to 65 inches, depending on the fabric, and the finishing. that width fabric gives pretty high allocation percentage (how much ends up in the product, versus scrap) and is about as wide as is practical to deal with. Weaving on wider looms is more expensive (looms cost more, cost more to run, and are slower); dealing with wider fabric costs more (rolls are heavier, harder to ship, you need wider cutting tables and material handling equipment), so it's not done except where it really needs to be done.
I suppose that someone who was making large tents or something like that might have had some made, since there are 340 cm wide looms that can work with the material, but I doubt any of that would end up on the retail market.