Hagstrom 1966 guitar catalog, page 9. Right hand side of a double page spread on Hagstrom high end solid bodies. Descriptions of these instruments can be found on the previous page. Models shown are the two-pickup Impala, three-pickup Condor / Corvette, and the Coronado IV bass.
Unlike the typically birch guitars produced by Hagstrom, these guitars have a mahogany body and neck, glued in (in the case of the guitars, but not the Coronado bass) and a rosewood fretboard. Two finish options were available, Red Sunburst as shown on the Impala, below, and Mahogany Sunburst as shown on the Condor and Coronado.
1966 US list prices for these instruments were as follows: Hagstrom Impala $299.50; Hagstrom Condor $330; Hagstrom Coronado IV bass $299.50. Only one case was offered for these instruments: the DP-2 Dura-Lyte Plush case for the Impala/Condor, and the DP-4 for the Coronado, both listed at $34.50.