I'm not missing many parts really , bars are in the post , freewheel and chain are easy . I have a chainring , campagnolo front brake . I need to check the drop but as it was made for a coaster brake there's no hole in the forks , later models would have had a Resilion clamp on front brake . I have to work up the guts to drill a 82 year old fork
Headset is a marvel , instead of press in cups the races are part of the headtube ( I wonder how many frames just wore out ) a press on race for the forks and the clamp part is the top race and works as a spacer for the two nuts at the top . Tighten it down and you don't need a bolt for the stem , I have the original stem and its just two tubes
Bottom bracket is the biggest ball ache as it's smaller than what we use now so I'm hoping to have some cups made for some nice cranks . Imagine my surprise when I removed the cups to find they were smaller
both are right hand thread too
"It also has a seat. I don’t use it, but you probably will for the first few years until you build up the muscle."