Scored this one very recently. Probably paid WAY too much for it, but look at it! It is near mint except for a couple very small blems. It appears as if this guitar literally might have been played once or twice, with the blems just from moving it around. There is zero fret wear, zero play wear on the front, and only a tiny faint patch of belt rash on the back. Even the plastics on the back are perfect. One tone knob is cracked, but I have a matching vintage replacement, and the pot seems fine.
I bought this one intending to disassemble use the neck and Floyd for another project. Those plans are still strong on my mind whenever I have this in the case, but as soon as I take it out, I start having mixed feelings about taking it apart. This is 1989 final run, SN B20xxx. I believe Kramer was putting Duncans in the Focus series by this time, and these sound killer.
For the photos showing the blemishes, I have manipulated lighting and camera angle to make the blem pop out, whereas in real life they are not so noticeable. I think with a couple hours touch-up this would pass for new.
Let me know what you think!