There's probably not a single one.
The reason is that initially (or still?) Google had requirements for handset makers if they wished to include the Google apps in their phone like: handset needs to include 3G, GPS, Bluetooth support (and probably more).
All recent phones will have bluetooth, so if you really find one without: It's probably outdated and runs on an old version of Android.
You might try an Amazon Kindle (that's really stripped down), but that has also no Google Apps, no GPS and no GSM and is a tablet.
Last resort if you really want to get one without bluetooth support:
Get a model with good CyanogenMod support and build your own ROM with bluetooth patched out (Seems like you do development, so you might consider this).
Here's the Android Compatibility Definition Document
You might find more information here why every device nowadays has Bluetooth integrated:
Due to the Oracle America vs. Google lawsuit some of the contracts ("Mobile Application Distribution Agreement") between Google and handset manufacturers HTC and Samsung were published: