Fender Wildwood I circa 1969 SOLD

Serial Number 26372, built around 1969. ‘447’ stamp on heel block.
Pricing $899 CAD with case. SOLD
Neck Maple neck with bound rosewood fingerboard and block markers.
Frets Some fret wear.
Body Dreadnaught shape, ‘Wildwood’ (dyed beechwood) back and sides, laminate spruce top with bolt-on construction and supporting rod. Fully adjustable pin bridge.
Finish Gloss finish with some checking.
Hardware/electronics Grover tuners with pearlescent buttons and F-logo on gear backs.
Playability/Action Plays well and can be fully adjusted.
Case Case is included.
Comments The Wildwood series was a successor to the Kingman line. Using the Fender bolt-together concept and dyed beechwood, these guitars were produced in various colours from 1967 to 1971. Solid and dependable, these were sometimes seen on stages in big Country music TV shows. This appears to be an all-original piece.

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