Your bike was built between nov and July They went to the M designation in nov SM had a center stand and passenger pegs. BUT the first T20M numbers were not stamped onto engines and frames until mid Surprisingly not one was sold in the UK!
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Your bike should be crystal blue or silver sheen. For 65 they were bright yellow.
Correction, the color should be crystal blue kingfisher blue AND silver sheen. Records indicate it is from the west coast.
The mountain cub was first built up from other models by USA dealers to compete with the Japanese trail bikes, and they had to convince Turner to build them. The website's good for identifying parts and they'll tell you which catalogue to use. I have a couple and they're no T but still good fun. DAVE M is offline. Thanks for the confirmation. I was going to go with catalogue 8 if I couldn't find out for sure what it was.
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Being unfamiliar with the Tiger Cub, I wanted to avoid as much of that as I could. The cub bible was ordered right off the bat but hasn't arrived yet.
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Last edited by jimmy bush; at I got my first cub from a shed in 76 and it came with an oil stained, missing pages handbook. I pretty much used that to build it up. In those days, the owner was expected to be able to do a rebuild on the kitchen table. They have to make a living. I've a few contacts for parts - including a guy who makes some stainless stuff that he sells to Greystones. Each lot shall be the purchaser's sole risk from the fall of the hammer and shall be sold with all faults and imperfections, the auctioneer not being responsible for the correct description, genuineness or authenticity of any lot and making no warranty whatsoever.
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