The bike is now fitted with a lovely restored P&H carbide lighting kit (headlamp, acetylene gas generator, tail light), and I have found a nice pair of correct Bowden levers to replace the more modern clutch and brake levers fitted in the photos.
The bike seems to be in excellent running condition. After a long slumber, I lubricated everything, pumped up the tyres and added fuel. The bike fired first kick and started on the second. Lovely idle (the AMAL carb probably helps - I can probably find an AMAC to suit if it matters), peppy performance, smooth clutch and gear change and comfortable ride. I didn't get to check the brakes!
If not sold beforehand, the bike will be at the Bendigo Swap Meet on November 15-16.
This is a very rare and technically interesting bike. If it were a 1924-25 OHV Norton it would fetch $40,000 and I'd be knocked over in the rush. The suggested price range is in the first post.