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    Circa 1973 Fender Coronado II Cherry Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar, #501381. Project-Grade with major separation of top and back from sides and caving on the body-to-neck heel area. Has missing binding and binding deterioration. Show heavy finish checking from improper storage. Headstock face has extra hole, has been refinished, and has added logo. Tuners are changed. Back of neck shows heavy wear. Tailpiece missing badge. Frets show heavy wear. Un-playable action due to body damage. Neck has movement from body. Bridge pickup not working. Will need serious restoration. Sold in "as-is" condition. Hard case included. Condition: Poor.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2012
    12th Thursday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 10
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