Now the issue of where to find a pickguard that will fit this MIJ '65 Reissue that has a humbucker route in the bridge. (Straight, not angled humbucker like a Jagstang.)
Here is a link to some pics of it's current condition.
DSCF9607 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr
Info from the seller:
"This Fender Mustang 65 Reissue MIJ is a 9/10 overall.
It is dent, paint chip and ding free on the body, neck and the front and back headstock
The wiring and switches was removed completely.
The Mustang is wired to a single Seymour Duncan JB JR Bridge with a 500k Volume pot only (So the tone is always at 10) with a new Switchcraft jack. So this Mustang is hum free from the 60 cycle hum of the single coils because of the JB JR.
The back of the guitar is Mint.
The sometimes, not all the times, unstable dynamic vibrato was locked with washers. So the springs were removed.
The guitar action and relief is just were it needs to be by Fender standards and is tuned 1/2 Step below standard on D'Addario .11-.52
The bridge post has been taped with electric tape to stop the bridge from rocking in the mount cups.
Never was the guitar gigged, nor dropped.
The guitar body is poplar.
The fingerboard is nice and clean.
The frets have minimal wear.
The tuners are scratched and dinged due to the Planet Waves Pro Winder (Dont Get One Unless You Have Steel Tuners)
The pickguard has some pick scratches
I recommend getting a replacement Mustang bridge.
Fender Mustang Dakota Red
Vibrato Arm and Springs and Small Black Screw to Hold Arm
D'Addario EXL 116 Strings (.11-.52)
D'Addario .11 .14 .18 Single
1 Hex Screw for the Bridge
1 Hex Screw for the Vibrato Setup
Overall a great guitar for anyone. Its a real simple guitar."