I found a 1950 fender broadcaster body with a 1955 neck. I know the previous owner and it's been in a closet for about 10 years owned by someone who only kept it to remember their father (never played once during that time). Anyways. I bought it as a 55 telecaster, but I think it's actually a 55 tele neck one 1950 broadcaster body. I've been researching meticulously and nonstop...but I need a fresh set of eyes and the knowledge of some vintage guitar geeks. I've attached several pictures. The guitar is refinished (looks killer in the pictures, but its actually not very good it's like wall paint. See the string ferrels), the bridge has a crazy mod to accommodate a bigsby (later removed), and at one point someone actually GLUED the neck on the body...thanks goodness they did a hack job because the neck is totally loose and can be taken off the body again. The electronics are all original (jury is out on the pots because I didnt look at the codes yet and I hate taking this guitar apart...it makes me nervous...I understand that's key information, but I think I have all other relevant pictures) Neck is a 55, has the original tuners Pickguard is probably from the same tele the 55 neck came from because it's white. Switch tip is replaced Says bill on it Heres a link to photos on google drive https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1QWPHFpNF0lMyPkc4LucfQS9Z3txC6s2h Any help is very appreciated. If I'm wrong let me know! Thanks!