...no, not the Moderne or Thunderbolt that may not exist, but the next closest thing.
That would be, for starters, a 1959 Les Paul Model, but not only that but the botched one that Peter Green of Fleetwood Mac used. Either from the factory or a later repairman, the neck pickup (first and last photos in link) was put in backwards making it sound a little like a Stratocaster when put in the middle position.
By putting the switch in the middle position of a two humbucker Gibson, you usually get some frequencies cut out allowing for a thinner sound overall, but if you have one of the pickups put in backwards, the resulting sound is so thin that it's as close to a Stratocaster that a non-tapped Gibson humbucker can sound when used in the middle position.
Peter Green would often play the same songs with his Stratocaster anyway and the solos would sound almost the same.
After Peter Green got it, it was sold to Gary Moore who used it like that and also with the neck pickup returned to its proper alignment, and at some point it was returned to its backward position again as in Kirk's photograph.
A regular '59 is hundreds of thousands but it's made many times more pricey by the ownership of two guitar greats and all the recordings from that one guitar. If used for Metallica on their next album it can become even that much more precious.
Note: Two main theories on getting the Green sound exist. First, which is the simple mod, is to take the neck pickup and turn it around. This does make the middle position somewhat brighter and does change it into a more Stratocaster like sound.
Secondly, besides simply twirling the pickup, you can also take the magnet in the pickup, by taking it apart, and twirling the magnet itself like in some DIY youtube videos. This also makes the middle position sound brighter but may damage the pickup if not done carefully.
With the aid of your two volume knobs on Les Paul, SG, or similar guitar, you can dial in that strat sound from either a twirled pickup or twirled magnet. Of course you can't sound exactly like a Stratocaster unless you have a single coil pickup but this is the best way other than putting in a coil-split switch or putting in an actual single coil pickup.