This is my 62 strat, which i got from my uncle. Its had a hard life and been at the side of the same musician since it was new. It plays very nicely, creamy sounds which are far better than my 2007 american standard strat. It needs some work on the head stock, which at some point in its life (i suspect 1978 when LSD went huge) he decided to drill the headstock and swop over the tuning pegs?????? I want to restore that part as best i can in order to preserve its value and originality. There is an old case from the 80's, but thats it. No cover on the back, where the tremola springs have been replaced, but apart from that its standard. I haven't yet removed the neck to see if the date was pencilled or stamped. The frets are good for 62, because it gets played. But a refret would be nice. He was also kind enough to sell the 64 Fender super Reverb amp with it. They make a great pair. Any advice for me on how best to get it restored and what to do to enhance or maintain its value. Also any ideas what its worth would also be welcome. I have also promised it to my daughter when i'm gone. Hope she appreciates it. I'll take some better shots tonight!