If you want to see a 1987 MIJ Squire E series Stratocaster, take a look at mine.
Further, the body on my '92 MIK was actually plywood where as the earlier MIJ's used basswood (although I understand alder bodies are out there).
I am very curious as to whether your MIJ there is a solid wood or ply?
I could very certainly be wrong, but I would bet a shiny penny it's ply...
I don't have any decent pics of the body on my '85 MIJ for comparison but please know that it's very similar to the pics that Paisley posted of his..has the steel "unstamped" saddles, etc. While the neck from the MIK was sold on a different body, I still have the MIK body and when you compare the workmanship to my '85 MIJ....there's simply no comparison.
Does anybody know if this model was a re-issue of a particular vintage Fender Strat year??
It has quite a few vintage touches(8 hole single ply pickguard, butt end truss rod adjuster, fiesta red color, vintage size fretsw/ maple neck) It looks like it could be a vintage re-issue except for the modern style string trees and die-cast "Fender" tuners. I'm no expert on these so please take my comments as being only my own personal opinion and use them for what you feel they are worth.
While the logo isn't exact, it is similar to yours...plain black as apposed to the black outlined gold of the E series instruments.
For the sake of comparison, here's a pic of my '85 E series Squier's headstock...
Unfortunately, our records are not complete enough to provide precise dating information for many Fender acoustic guitars from the early 1960s through the 1970s and 1980s.