I had this sold, but the guy backed out on me when his mother died last month. Understandable, and unfortunate, but I still have this thing in my closet.
This is the Washburn WV80 commissioned by Boogie Street Guitars in 2006 (I think it was). These were done in red (5), blue (10), and green (10). All had assorted electronic configurations. This is #9 of 10 of the blue. It has white EMG 81/85's. It's the Zakk Wylde set used, I believe. I had my choice of lower numbers (including #2), but this one has by far the best "bolt" job of all the blues. You have to see this thing to believe the paint job on it. The finish is frikkin' amazing. It looks holographic. It has sat in my closet collecting dust (well, the case has dust) since I bought it. It has LITERALLY maybe 20 minutes of playing on it. I planned on keeping it forever just because... but I've since decided to clean house and just keep what I play, plus a select few. You can read about them in the link below. That's what I payed for it.
These are the last production-run WV80's to come out of Washburn's shop before Gibson put the kabosh on the design. They still make certain artist models, but they can't make the production models anymore. These Washburn custom shop V's make the Gibson V look and feel like a toy. The heel is virtually seemless. It's the smoothest neck joint I've ever played on a Flying V style guitar. You can see it in the pictures. The pickguard, truss cover, and jack plate are all aluminum diamond plate and were custom made for this particular run of guitars. Very cool combo of the amazing finish, diamond plate accents and white EMG's (white EMG's were a custom option from the company back then and cost about $30 over plain-jane black ones, IIRC).
$1500 + shipping. Price is pretty firm. I *might* consider a trade for a USA Fender/G&L Strat, but I'm not even positive on that one. The link below is for this guitar. Pictures are by Eric McKenna of BSG... because he's a better photographer than I am!