Nup. If you'd owned a 70's, the stearate grain sealer they used on the ash is like plastic under the paint. My 78 around the top bout the paint wore away and it looked exactly like that where your arm contacted and rubbed it. That's something that makes 70's/80's look very odd. They look white wherever there's no paint or it's worn off. To me that looks exactly like mine in terms of stamps, bwb guard, neck, tuners allowing five years difference - that's the last of the hand routed bodies hence the chatter marks in the neck pocket. My 78 had those little Fender stickers all over it under the pickguard. They didn't match the serial number on mine either. If you were going to fake a Tele you wouldn't pick 73 and you'd score the other bits to make it 'original' which would maximise value. The '78 guitar, the 'router hump' from the early automated routers is very visible; there's no 'notch' like the 73 on the edge of the pocket - the top bout ends before the neck pocket, and the router created those rebates at the end of the neck pocket route, because unlike the manual router it couldn't create sharp turns.