My take - 2004 American Series neck because I don't see evidence of a second string tree being removed (a Highway 1 neck would have had 2 string trees). Caveats though: The serial number is not found in Fender's serial number database - it could be a replacement neck or it could be that the instrument was never entered into their database (entry is a manual process and individual instruments can fall through the cracks) An American Series neck will have a large metal disk at the end for the micro-tilt mechanism; a Highway 1 neck will have a much smaller metal disk that is the end of the truss rod I agree with @beagle and others that it is an MIM body, probably from a Standard. As far as I can remember Highway 1 bodies were routed HSS, not HSH. The electronics are who knows - it would be better to see closeups of the pickups and wiring from the back of the pickguard to figure out what they are and where they might have come from. @Blind Walker G you say they have the "Noiseless" script on them but I can't read it clearly from your photo, and a lot of the Chender fakes have that script on their pickup covers so seeing the back of the pickguard will help verify if they are real, if the other wiring looks factory Fender, etc. The pickguard was definitely changed; I don't recall Fender mixing white covers/black pickguards back then.