I’m not so good with getting the exact year of guitars, however that one looks like a late 1980s to early 1990s Strat “Plus”.
It was an interesting time for Fender as Ibanez was making ridiculously high quality Strat copies in the early-mid 1980s (made in Japan models). The Ibanez Strats were mostly bass or alder with occasional ash models. I was a Les Paul fan at the time but could not turn down the quality and feel of these instruments. Even the cheap models had graphite nuts, Ibanez strap “locks”, roller string trees, single/double coil switching, and high quality pivot whammy bridges with die cast, fully adjustable saddles. Here is one that I have held on to for a few years, it was built in 1984. This one has the original speed knobs and a phase switch for the single coil pickups:
Actually, I am not a big fan of colorful electric guitars (I usually own either black or tobacco sunbursts), but some years ago we were in the middle of a particularly dark and dismal winter when I spotted this on eBay and it looked so bright and sunny, I needed it to pull me out of a funk. Less than $200 later and it was at my door.
By the way, I have owned at least 20 of these mid-80s Ibanez Roadstar II electrics over the years and everyone has played so nicely that my students beg me to sell it to them. So I sell it them replace it with another. In fact, I have a black one that another student has begged me to sell so it will be going next week. In case you are interested, only purchase the MIJ (rounded headstock) Ibanez Roadstar II guitars that are of the 100 or 200 series. The higher series models had lousy locking whammy systems on them which (in my eyes) made them not nearly as nice as their cheaper brethren.