yep, what they said. And also the Cunetto era guitars have a real nice playability to them. The radius is said to be a bit odd, and close to 9" even. Action is real nice and doesn't choke out as quick as a typical vintage board. With the wire they used, it was a real sweet, woody tone with nice play.
Add killer look to it, and that's why those things have consistently went for crazy money. Wish I kept one of mine...
The ~10k Nocaster pickup from the late '90s was wound with 43 gauge wire, which is not a big difference in output from the post-2000 7.5k/42g revision. I've owned several, and have had one in my '68 tele for 10+ years. It's got a crispy mid-range bite, but does not sound or feel like a typical overwound pickup.
I think Don Mare has a set that should match those specs. He calls it the 0038. I've never tried them, but have heard good reviews many times.