So... THIS just happened. I see this on Craigslist in Lincoln, NE (an hour away from where I live in Omaha): http://lincoln.craigslist.org/msg/4294449794.html (image of original Craigslist ad attached to this thread in case it gets deleted.) I e-mail him. Tim to Bradlemith Hello! I imagine you have received a lot of inquiries, but is this a real '66 Fender Precision? Do you have more pictures? Front and back of headstock, serial #, etc. Any changes or modifications that you are aware of? Any structural or electronics issues? Thanks! This is the reply I get (DON'T click on the website in his response.) James Dean email@example.com 8:47 AM to me Dear Tim , Someone just bought this from me, but I can tell you where I got it from. I just picked up 2 of these from www.allproductforsell.com and I resold them on here for some extra money. The trick is to watch for bidding to slow down and then put in a bid. That's what I do and I win all the time. Kind Regards James Dean Sent from my iPad Out of stupid curiosity, I clicked the website in his reply, it went nowhere, and my malware detector told me it successfully blocked malware. I have a feeling this is a scam that is probably in other cities as well. Craigslist is rife with these things, which I already knew. I just find it very ... oddly-specific ... that it would manifest itself in the form of a '66 Precision Bass.