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tOSUrfer wrote:

‘62 reissue Surf Green Stratocaster (built in 1986) modified with a bone nut, 5 way switch and new Lollar 64’s.


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I think it was made at the Corona factory. It is confusing to me, as I researched this question. I bought it new in September 1986. The serial number starts with a V which I think stands for vintage. I am not sure any of the V serial numbers came out of Japan at that time. I am, by no means, a Fender historian and this is what I have gleaned from a Google search.

62 reissue with Lollars (64’s)

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