Recently picked up a Korean Strat and from what I can figure from looking online it is a '87-'88. It has the fender stamped saddles, fender stamped back neck plate and machine heads. The Squire and S/N on head stock are written in silver (S/N: E103753). What I have been reading is that most Koreans were plywood, but some solid bodies slipped through the cracks. It has what looks like a visible seam (can't see it in photos, but will get a better one tonight) down the centre where two half were put together. Were the plywood bodies put together in two halves or could this be a solid body?