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That was such a cool run of Wildwood guitars...I remember when they came out.
They did 3 pickup versions, and alnico versions...chambered, Cloud 9 style, nickel hardware and that Gretsch-style green... :)
This guitar below is not mine...just for reference.
Search "R4BB", "R4 BB", "R4 Custom"...there should be a few threads here and there....they are rare guitars, so there's not all that much info out there compared to other Historic Reissues.
I had an '03 for a few years and it was a great guitar, almost 10lbs on the nose, the pickups were nice...
Every vintage guitar I have ever purchased has been an emotional buy, so I held out until the exact one I wanted became available. The right model, year and colour. This has always ensured satisfaction...my advice would be to go with something that looks like your dad's guitar. Best of luck with...