The Deluxe was the only Strat shaped headstock Tele that I know of. I've got 3 Thinlines and a Custom dating from early '72 to '78 that all have regular Tele headstocks and bullet truss rods. I don't believe that the Bullet Truss rod system was ever used on Standard (ie, not thinlines, customs, or deluxes) Tele's. Excerpt from Fender Article: "When Fender introduced the “bullet” truss rod system in 1971 on the Stratocaster, the truss rod adjustment mechanism moved from the body end of the neck to the headstock. This design entailed routing the truss rod channel into the back of the neck (as in the 1950s) regardless of fingerboard material, which meant that all “bullet” Stratocasters—maple- and rosewood-fingerboard models alike—were given skunk stripes. When other Fender models subsequently received bullet truss rod systems in the early 1970s, they too were given skunk stripes. Finally, near the end of the 1970s, all Fender electric instruments, regardless of fingerboard material, were given rear-installed truss rod systems with skunk stripes."