So, I drop into my local music store for a couple of parts, and something green caught my eye.<p> <p> <p> I got a good deal on it, so I couldn't pass it up. From what I was able to find searching old threads, they were promotional items produced in 2002 for Rolling Rock, and provided to bars and radio stations. It's a standard Squier "Crafted in Indonesia" Tele, with a Squier 20th Anniversary neckplate that reads "Freedom of Expression since 1982." The metallic green finish is well done and in pretty good shape, as is the silk screened Rolling Rock graphic. It plays well, but I will probably refinish the body, and maybe sell off the neck, neckplate, and a few other parts - and use what's left as the basis for my next project. Anyone have any thoughts on it? Keep it as is? Refinish it? Part out everything but the body?