Well, said I would never sell this bass but something else has came up. Here one of Fender’s most revered production basses in the extremely rare Seminole Red finish. Excellent condition. 2013 model; Weight: 8 lbs. 9 oz. There is slight play wear limited to swirling and rubs – no dings nor major scratches to the period-correct thin lacquer finish. I’m the third owner--personally, I never gigged the thing. There is the predictable checking to the delicate lacquer over areas of the body, which I have tried my best to demonstrate in the photos. Other deviations from perfection include some marring of the finish where the bridge cover met the body and some slight chipping by the bridge cover screw holes, which I have also tried to capture (the ashtray has not been on the bass since I’ve owned it). There’s a paint chip at the side of the neck pocket resulting from neck removal for adjustment, and a chip near the bottom right corner of the neck plate. See also scratching to the mint pickguard at the neck heel truss rod adjustment point. I have installed a Tortoiseshell 63 precision pickguard. There is a StewMac .25-degree full-pocket shim in the neck pocket that was installed by the previous owner. Bass has all original pickups and pots witch sounds amazing. Bass has just been professionally setup and strung with flats. Includes blonde hardshell vintage retro case along with all case candy pictured, comprising among other things hang tags, retro vintage-appropriate literature, leather skinny strap, polishing cloth, and of course the bridge and pickup covers, which in the pix are wrapped in protective paper towel. All in all, an outstanding and very rare discontinued bass that will not disappoint. $2300 Shipped and insured to your door. CONUS.