Here is a question for people who really know the minutia: I came into possession of an '82 Dan Smith strat (three knobs with body mounted output jack) that I'm trying to bring back to close to original specs, within reason. It's black with white plastics but a prior owner changed the plastics out to black. I have originals for two pickup covers, two of the knobs. So I need to either replace with a complete set so they all match (Fender pure vintage set I guess) or just accept that one pickup cover and one knob won't match up. In the process of this I noticed that the knobs have green lettering. I always thought of that as a '60s thing, not an '80s thing. Did they really still use the paint that aged to green in the early 80s? Also, did they still use the three-spoke inside in the early 80s or had they already transitioned to the four spoke one? I'm trying to figure out if someone already had replaced the original knobs with ones from a different older guitar or not, which would help me decide whether to re-install them. Thanks for any ideas!