Got it today. Technically it's in great condition, visually not so great, the body paint started peeling off and I guess I'll have to strip and refinish it when it gets warmer (with stain and shellac, color yet to be decided between black and red). Dunno if I'll strip the neck, I was thinking about sanding and waxing it, but the finish is still good and has no dents or scratches. It will just need some slight sanding along the fretboard edges. It's an R5 and the same profile like the U-2, very much like a nanner Pacer.
It hasn't been played for a decade at least, everything is full of gunk although not rusty. I took off all the hardware and it's getting a WD40 bath overnight. The plastic covers for the trem and electronics are identical to U-2, so I'll transplant those. Same with tuners, bridge pup and floyd. The neck pup has some kind of metal holder underneath and looks like it won't fit in the U-2 cavity being too high, but that's ok - I already have two nice DiMarzios to put in there.
The floyd saddles were arranged in random order, the lowest ones were in the middle
There is some sort of dead coil in the cavity, I guess for noiseless operation. It makes no sense so I'll remove that and rewire everything. Tone pot is a push-pull for splitting the hum.
Believe it or not, the neck is actually cut off in an odd angle like the fretboard, never seen anything like this. The body looks like it may be poplar or maple, anyway it's quite heavy. Sounds good unplugged, haven't tried it with an amp before disassembling.
In sum it's a good guitar, the neck is straight, the frets are good, floyd and HW is all fine, it just needs a visual makeover and a thorough cleaning. It was a good buy
I'll post pics along the way, may take a while though.