Found this one. Did lots of research. Info is somewhat iffy. The story goes the first Mexican plant burned and some of these got MIA necks and bodies. Starting life as Ivory has aged to a light yellow with unexplained brown around the edges. The neck is consistent with MIA necks of the period with a deep C shape. Frets are vintage size and show no wear or sharp ages. Fret board is dark rosewood with reddish streaks. Just had time to string it yesterday. No buzzes or dead spots with a nice low action from the hand filling C shape neck. Replaced pots with CTS and new 5-way switch. It sounds like a Stratocaster. No surprise except the magnetic pups will drive my 5 watt amp into OD, cleans up nicely, and the out-phase-position sound good. Came shipped to me in non-original hard shell case. The case has no documentation but has whammy bar with yellowed tip, and a spring and screw. Even the nut is cut right and hardware is heavy chrome. No claim made that a Squier is a collector's item. Do claim this is a solid player with a sketchy history. It is going to be listed on forum classified after I see if there is anyone interested.