Comin’ off a 4 day weekend. Heading back to work today. Back to the 3:00-11:00 shift for a month. Checked out this local Partscaster while I had some down time. It belonged to a younger guy. The son of one of my coworkers. He let me take it home for the weekend to check it out. Ended up buying it for $250. Not really big on natural finishes. But it was made up with some pretty decent parts and I thought it was a good deal at the asking price. Perfect find for a project I’ve had in mind. I’ll probably give it a makeover and then gift it to my brother for his birthday. - 1992/93 Fender Standard mim neck and tuners. 21 frets. - Warmoth HSH body - Fender 6 point Vintage/Modern 2 1/16 string spaced bridge assembly. Plate, Fender stamped steel saddles and a full size PW-36 steel block. - Appears to be low output, Standard mim pups with a RWRP middle. Pole pieces step up from the outside to the middle. White and black leads on the N and B and yellow/black on the M. All measure about the same. N=6.71, M=6.78, B=6.92 - 013446 250K pots with a .22 Orange drop - 5 way switch in good working condition The kid said he bought it at a local Mom/Pop shop. Prefers Gibson’s and didn’t want it. Kind of seems like someone took the neck and guts from a mim Standard and put them on a Warmoth body and put a full size block in the bridge...? Not sure. But for $250, I’ll take it.