The guitar at left represents the second generation of Vox Lynx production from the Crucianelli plant in Italy. Click here to see the earlier version.
This guitar continues with the traditional Crucianelli narrow two color burst on the body of the guitar. The removable neck sports a darker burst than the body.
The Crucianelli signature "bat wing" shaped pick guard used on earler Vox Lynx guitars was replaced with a traditionally shaped guard. These were similar in shape to the pick guards installed by Gibson on their 330/335 series guitars.
The bridge, tail piece, pickups, knobs, and tuners were unchanged from 1964.
A "Double T" reinforced bolt-on neck with an adjustable truss rod was supplied to Crucianelli by Eko.
Even though Thomas Organ the US distributor of Vox assigned a model number, V213, to the Lynx guitar, very few Vox Lynx guitars were shipped to the US market. Most were sold by Vox in Europe. In 1966 Vox replaced the Lynx with the Eko produced "Super Lynx" and "Super Lynx Deluxe" models.
My thanks to noted Vox guitar authority Roger Tessier for allowing me to take photos of his Vox Lynx guitars.