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1967 Fender Bronco

Facts : 

The Bronco was debuted November 1967 to the public.  The neck on this one is dated November 16th 1967.
That makes it one of the first ones off the line ever made period.

It's a unique model, in its inclusion of a tremolo system that never showed up on any other guitar in the 
company's history.   Fender started working on it in 1964 and debuted it in 1967.   It was released
initially as a student-level entry guitar, to replace the Musicmaster, and become a favorite amongst 
many players. 

all original as far as i can see

Color : Dakota Red or Fiesta Red
Finish Details:    Original
Body Material:    Alder
Neck Material:    Maple
Fingerboard Material:    Rosewood
Inlays: Dot
Pickup: Single
Neck Profile: C
Scale Length: 24"
Neck Details:    One-piece maple neck with rosewood veneer fingerboard and dot inlays. Neck stamp dates 
to 1967.
Electronics: Original black bobbin pickup and pots.
Hardware: All Original
Weight: Under 7Lbs
Serial #: 212383
Tremolo Arm: Yes Original

1967 Fender Bronco - Created 2 weeks after debut! - Vintage

SKU: 1009277-1
$2,499.99 Regular Price
$1,999.99Sale Price
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