Cheers for the kind words gents.
The bike is a 22", just right for me (6ft) but the bike is too heavy for 'stunt work' so you might as well forget top tube clearance.
One would assume like all things that manufacturers in the UK attempted to cash in on the new craze coming from the states by making bikes that 'looked' similar. I suppose too that the template bike of the period was the 82/83 StumpJumper (drool) which as we all know derived from the Reepack (reinforced cruisers) bikes of the late 70's.
This bike rides beautifully, despite it's weight it really puts a smile on your face. I love the fact that you can't take your hands off the handlebars for too long as the fork angle is such that it will fly to the left or right as gravity kicks in.
The bars are not the one that were supplied on the original bike, Mavericks came with a BMX style stem, much more adjustable & I actually have one but those cow horn bars are a bitch to find.
Other tough finds were the 'ribbed' Lampre seat post & All rubber grips.
Here is one of the pics I used for reference.