My shop took in about 40 guitars yesterday that we're selling on consignment for a local estate. Among some very cool gems that came in, was this 1965/66 Fender Strat. I need some help valuing it! I'm calling it a 1966 officially, as the pickups are labeled 1966 and the neck plate serial labels it 1966, while it's made from 1965 parts. It plays it plays it plays it plays. Awesome tone, awesome feel. Here's the particulars... Neck Date: 13 DEC 65 B Serial Number:125899 Pot codes: 137-6549 (65') Pickups/wiring: All original cloth wiring and tape. Pickup dates: 3-11-66 Original finish (under the pickguard, it's a very obvious Lake Placid Blue, and the paddle mark is perfect) Original frets/nut (pretty sure on this one) Original Case (latches work) Mentionables: Original tuners were changed, but the originals ARE included in the case. The Low-E saddle is not original, the original is not included. The middle tone pot has been replaced, original included and assumed to not be working. Electronics are clean, and sound great. Setup is pretty decent, and plays well. Neck appears to be at proper relief, frets have a good lifespan left with minor wear. Body has scattered dings and dents, nothing major but there is playwear as you can see. What should I be asking for this guy?