The Super Real Grecos were made for only 2 years, 1980 and 1981.
Here we have a fantastic, vintage 50s style strat from the golden age of MIJ craftsmanship. The body appears to be alder to me, though I'm not 100% sure. The one-piece maple neck is nice and fat with a soft V shape that fits perfectly in my hand.
This is a 40 year old guitar and it has some superficial dings and marks here and there, but nothing out of the ordinary for a guitar of its age. But I would still describe it as in very good shape.
Weight is 7.5 pounds. The neck specs are:
The fretboard radius is vintage 7.25"
Width - 1.66" at the nut, 1.98" at the 12th fret
Depth - .99" at the nut, 1.01" at the 12th fret
I'd describe the frets as a little taller than vintage, but nut wide like a medium jumbo.
The neck and bridge pickups may not be original, they do look a little different than the middle pickup, which is more consistent with other Super Real SEs that I've seen. That being said, I find the tone in all three positions to be clean and clear, as expected for a 50s style strat.
Included is a period correct hard case. I do not know if it is the original case, but it certainly is consistent with other late 70s/early 80s MIJ hardcases I have seen.