2020.3.27: It looks vintage, but it's probably an AC-7.
The internet is a scary place, so I did some research and found a picture that was posted by the owner over 10 years ago...
The owner explained that it was probably an AC-7 with Fender Noiseless x3 and 3TS on the neck pocket, so maybe the 3 tone sunburst poly paint was the specs at the time of manufacture?
From there, it's been repainted twice with lacquer, and the rear PU, pots and capacitors have probably been replaced.
The Vol is probably the same smooth taper Vol spec as the Schecter I just bought, and all three pots are CTS with 500k ohms, but the wiring work is not very clean.
The tone capacitor is also for hum, but the wiring doesn't work for the rear PU, so I might change it.
Thinking back, this is the first time I got an Airacra with a rose fretboard.
The burst is a little bit subtle, and the side jack and heel-less finish are modern specs.
May 15, 2020: I changed the PU to HSH layout to match the pots that were on it.
2020.7.12: I suddenly noticed that the body size is slightly larger than the other AC7s.
I think the model number is determined by the outer diameter of the body, but I'm not sure if the model number is really correct because the body size is the same as my AC5J, which I think is similar to the AC4, but the heel-less processing and side jack specification are also elements of the AC7...
The front is wired in parallel for an overall clear and jacking sound.
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DiMarzio F:DP188 PRO TRACK/C:DP110 FS-1/R:DP181 FAST TRACK 1
1Vol,2Tone(F+S),5way Lever SW
Schaller S･FRT-2 37/R2