The headset is an FSA Duron, unfortunately the letters are etched in so if you are after a more authentic look then you might want to look at something else, but it seems to do the job.
This bike will mainly be used on road now, hence the semi slicks and why the long stem does not bother me too much.
All the work on the frame was done by Neil and Mark at Hutchcoat Powder Coating (sorry to keep plugging them, but I am quite impressed by their customer service and quality of work).
The frame had a couple of dings in the top tube, so they were also filled in by them.
The powder coating is made up of white powder "undercoat" followed by luminous orange powder and then a pearlescent white paint fade on the two tubes, then I do not know if it was lacquered or had a clear powder coat over the top. Regardless, it is a really shiny and tough finish.
All of the above for £80!
No that is not typo!