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Panther M75
#705615 08/21/17 8:57 am
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Hello all. Newby member here searching for any and all 1952 Panther M75 parts you may have laying around. Currently focusing on the clutch which I believe hangs off a Burman CP gearbox but all exploded CP clutch diagrams I find are different to what I have. Added to this I need footpegs, speedo drive gears (located in the rear hub) and various other bits and bobs. So......................if you have an Aladins cave of M75 bits laying around I`d love to hear from you.

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Re: Panther M75
lumpy #706576 08/29/17 7:40 am
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G'day Lumpy,
I don't know if this will help you..and you might have to do a bit of 'detective work' to find the chap but ...
About 6 months ago I went down to a town called Morpeth (near Maitland NSW) with a view to buying a Panther Model 90.
I put the purchase in the too hard basket as there were a lot of bit's missing and I don't know much about Panthers.
He had two complete Panther M120's,I think, and also a lot of other Panther parts...maybe he might be able to help with the bits you're after
I'm afraid I've lost his phone number and all I can tell you is that his name is Robert Shaw and he lives in Morpeth NSW ..
Good luck in your search .. Charlie.

Re: Panther M75
lumpy #707370 09/05/17 8:14 am
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Hey Lumpy,

I'd suggest you join the Panther Owners Club UK:
https://www.pantherownersclub.com/

I'm in N.Z., but still found it well worthwhile. They are a really helpful bunch and have an excellent spares scheme. If the club don't have any spares you need, there are bound to be members who do.

Alternatively, or as well, check out the Panther Owners Club Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/11553580477/

- its open so you can see postings and they'll add you without any problem. There are some very clued up Panther owners on your side of the ditch - especially a guy Dan who is in Darwin.

Cheers,
Bevan


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