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Troian Bellisario: Spencer and Caleb were always incredibly close because they think alike and have a huge love for Hanna Banana.
Due to the loose connection she and Ali shared, she is not a frequent target of A, but is still forced to deal with the misfortunes A brings upon her (ruining her relationships, driving a wedge between her parents).
She can be described as a kind and caring friend, always willing to protect them from any threats "A" has.
Matsumoku stopped building Aria Pro (or anything else) in 1987, and I would expect that economic conditions would have meant that only the higher-end Arias would have continued being Japanese-made.
Apropos of nothing, early Matsumoku serials, eg on the "Steel Adjustable Neck" plates, appear to be random & not dateable.