The crime has already been committed! and he has apparently done this before with mixed results! Paypal will take care of the buyer if it is noticed in time,,, A refund is what he expects as a worse case scenario!You might think, since the guy seems to be reading this thread, that he's in a panic to undo the deal before he's found out and is forced to deal with a formal complaint. Maybe he can do the right thing before he's compelled to - hint, hint.
You don't need the serial #!! just look at the neck heel? Had it not been for that I would not have even looked at my pictures! And a 2pc top and back have 4 different fingerprints!I might have missed it if mentioned in this thread, the serial number should show up as something different or invalid if it was faked, provided Fender has a registry and people update it.
However, if this guy probably looked and came up with one that fit in a range of missing numbers.
The price was still hidden but if you go watchcount.com and enter the item number it will show the sold for price.It took Ebay a bit to post that after the sale,, so I would guess the buyer only got ripped off for $6,500.000???