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Thanks Brian, usefull info. I took another look at the Scott Technicalities and noted ref. to the 1926 show 1927 Flying Squirrel model having a metal toolbox lid. That is good enough for me. Also the picture showing the controls. I too have a similar mix of levers on the handlebars! I think that function is more important than originality so I will keep the later rear brake and the early bronze Scott Amal (I assume it is an amal, it looks similar to the later crapalloy amals). What I don’t like is the use of modern stainless fasteners but, fortunately, the only offending item on mine is the gearchange rod.