I know there are a number of Strat fans here so:
This one has been with me many years, a 1990 (I believe) Strat Ultra. Distinguishing features include: locking tuners
, roller nut, ebony fretboard, tremsetter, 4 Fender Lace Sensor pups, volume/tone/TBX controls, flame maple top & back, & Ultra neck plate. I have another Strat that's similar enough that this one is expendable.
The pups include a Blue Lace Sensor at the neck, a Gold in the mid position and dual Reds in the bridge selected via a standard 5-way switch and a 3-way that switches to either of the bridge pups individually or both wired as a humbucker when the bridge position is in the mix via the 5-way. The range of tones is excellent as the bridge pups are very hot while the neck & mid positions are more sedate, there are many possibilities. The tuning stability is very good due to the tremsetter / roller nut / locking machines. And how many flametop ebony boarded Strats do you see wandering around?
A few pics:
I can't find a single mark on the neck, body, or headstock this one's pretty much mint aside from a bit of light playing wear on the pickguard. Comes with Charvel/Jackson SKB-style molded case (average condition, some wear, cheezy skull & crossed swords drawing courtesy of a previous owner), original Fender strap/straplocks, trem arm, and tremsetter setup guide. $1000 + shipping firm (that's less than a nearly identical one currently on the 'bay).