Here's a Taylor 114e Acoustic Guitar (2007) that comes with a Hardshell Case. The previous owner used some wax polish that got stuck into the grain on the back of the body hence the slight white tinge... Certainly doesn't affect the sound or playability of the guitar. The price reflects this.
Overview from Taylor:
"Great for beginners and seasoned pros alike, the 100 Series instruments from Taylor give players the quality, tone, and playability you've come to expect from a Taylor guitar at a more affordable price. Available in Dreadnought or Taylor's signature Grand Auditorium body shape, the 100 Series instruments all boast solid Sitka spruce tops and beautiful layered walnut back & sides while Taylor Expression System 2 electronics (ES-N on nylon-string model) make these instruments great for performing. These 100 Series guitars also come standard with a Taylor gig bag, black binding, a black pickguard (except nylon-string model), and Italian acrylic dot fingerboard inlays."
"Featuring layered walnut back & sides, a solid Sitka spruce top, and Taylor's mid-sized Grand Auditorium body, the 114e from Taylor is an excellent choice for players looking for a versatile acoustic-electric. Great for strummers and fingerstyle players alike, the 114e delivers a clear, balanced voice with great projection and a focused midrange. The sapele neck is carved into an ultra-comfortable profile while the narrower 1-11/16" nut width allows for an easier playing feel, which is perfect for developing guitarists. For plug-in-and-play flexibility, the 114e comes fitted with exclusive Taylor Expression System 2 electronics."