I just bought a brand new Highway One P bass in transparent wine. I bought it with the idea of turning it into my own "Closet Classic", which I guess means the body will stay the same but the plastic, hardware and neck will have to look aged. To make it more authentic, I also will add a vintage bridge, tort guard, ashtray cover, vintage tuners, and Nordstrand pups. I have all these so far but the tuners. I will be getting rid of the greasebucket but need to decide how to wire it like the vintage '57 / '62, or Standard (modern) wiring. Now, here is where I need your help. What year should I make this HWY one? If you have a suggestion, perhaps you can tell me what to do and not do to my bass to make it that way. One thing to consider is that the Hwy Ones already have a 70's headstock logo, so perhaps keeping it or removing it will be in order. I've never done this sort of thing before, but have read a few techniques on how to age on TB, so any advice on how to age would be greatly appreciated. I think this will be a fun project, which should not be too easily messed up. It will also be nice to know that the thin nitro body finish will age naturally over time, unlike the pre-fab cookie cutter Road Worns.