Ok, got this in trade not too long ago. Definitely a cool, lightweight Strat. Here's what I do know:
It has GFS Alnico single coils in it that are fairly hot, the neck is maple with rosewood board, it has nice quality sealed keys "button" style that stay in tune. The frets are excellent, and fairly large, more like a modern strat rather than an old, and the radius is also more modern than old. There is no brand on the neck or the body. I think the body is poplar - it is light weight and sounds to me a lot like alder. The bridge is from a squier. So you get a killer lightweight FAT sounding strat, that is setup and plays very well. I am sure most of the parts (if not all) are import, but they are good quality. It plays great, sounds great, and the bridge is intonated, nut has been filed properly, and it floats so you can use the bar and it stays in tune fairly well (much better than most).