Here's my issue with this idea... The guitar with a little bit of work is a '67 Tele with a killer neck pickup and a flatter radius, unquestionably two of the most popular tele mods. A perfect Frankenstein player. However, with no work to it, individually the parts have lost a lot of value. The dots, tuner re-drill, and veneer removal/flattening of the neck are a huge hit to the neck value. The body, well, speaks for itself. The neck pickup unfortunately lost it's decal which to many folks who buy them to make guitars original make it not an option so even as a pickup it's in the player grade arena where a guy like me would buy it (still worth good $$). Bridge and small parts from this era aren't crazy expensive or rare either. Lots of parts likes the pots/knobs were used on other stuff too. IMO, again a little bit of work and a few parts could make this guitar worth more than the sum of it's parts as they are now. I'd get bushing adapters to fit the proper F tuners, drill out the dots for black ones, fix the body with the template like @Robmac showed earlier plus get a proper parch guard. Then, I'd go to Tom Bartlett's website and buy Royalite binding of the proper width, I'd route the ends and bind the guitar like a Tele Custom and paint it a solid color....customs are more attractive to buyers. And, if one couldn't do it themselves there's lots of talented people on TDPRI who I'm sure could help out. Boom...'67 Tele Custom in a badass color (I'd go black) with a flatter fretboard and the best neck humbucker on the planet.