1990's Grover Jackson Japan King V (Candy Apple Red)
Research and experience leads me to believe that this was made by the Japanese Tokai factory in Hamamatsu in the mid 90's and represents much better quality and value than a comparable Korean or Chinese model.
Neck stamped as KVP-75, it's a Candy Apple Red finish with a 24 fret rosewood fingerboard, slim maple neck (648mm scale length), weighs 3.6kg's. Loaded with one original humbuckers and a passive EMG in the bridge position, master Volume/Tone knobs and a three-way toggle. This also has a low profile floating tremolo system (uncommon as many of these models use a string-through bridge system).
Good overall condition with some chipping to the horns and light wear and tear. Professionally set up prior to listing and plays nicely with a smooth straight neck, frets have plenty of life and are shiny.