Wait... was it FaderFriday or FenderFriday ??
Well, resting on the Penny&Giles faders of my Jade analog mixing console, here's my 1981 Fender Stratocaster.
I am especially fond of this guitar, as it did all my band's albums & concerts back in the day, and it was my first "real Fender", which was no small feat in the years of communism back in that perverted experiment that was Yugoslavia.
Bought for me by my dad, at the legendary Casa dell'Orchestrale music store in Bologna, Italy, I then had to smuggle it across the border (as purchase & import of foreign musical instruments was forbidden back then!), which I did with the help of a weird ex-music impresario from Trieste, hidden under gravel (!!!) in the trunk of his Mercedes, then taking it home by bike, hidden in a huge plastic bag.
It survived brilliantly.
It was an E series blackie with white pickguard, very heavy body, beautiful flamed maple neck with an odd D/U shape, and even more oddly it was factory overcut so the nut width is uniquely under standard, even thinner than the Bonnie Raitt signature strat, as I only discovered later, comparing it to other strats, and when attempting to order an LSR roller nut from Fender (they didn't have one that size, so I got one custom made by MEC in Germany) to go with the Sperzel locking tuners I had installed.
So many memories...