Re: Interesting and obscure models I've come across (Warning Pic Heavy)
Penchant for the rare and weird, eh? Yeah, it's fun coming across models you didn't think existed.
There was someone here years ago who had a nice collection of all those Radius models.
When I first saw a 665, I thought it was some weird Maxxas/Vinnie Moore mash-up. There's even a HS config one, though not appearing in any catalogue. I'd guess the mini toggle is a blower which makes the bridge pu go straight to the jack.
Don't forget about the Dyuke. A Japan only range in 1987, basically a Roadstar 500/600 with different woods and pu configurations. They seem a bit more premium, given the ebony fingerboards and binding.