It wouldn't have been a few hundred every day... given the lower production overall of the AVRI vs regular production (which would be a few hundred each day). But Fender knew how many orders they had, and they could project sales for the following year. It makes more sense to switch a group of workstations over to AVRI and kick out a month's worth of parts and put them in stock, rather than build every AVRI to-order. There could have been a few hundred necks marked 8-4, 8-5, and 8-6, with none from 8-2, 8-3, or 8-9 to 9-1. As far as total numbers? They were low compared to regular production, but not insignificant: https://surfguitar101.com/forums/topic/28058/?page=1#p380352 Strat, Tele, P-Bass, and Jazz-Bass numbered roughly 4000 units for 1982. As mentioned above, given they were introduced in July, that's roughly 154 per week (for all 4 models combined). But ya... Out of 4,000 necks from that year, it is pretty cool to find two with the same date.