Well what is left to do?
The bike now starts by just turning on the fuel tap and thumbing the starter, so to get it moving under its own power I just need to connect the neutral switch, install and adjust the clutch cable, and install and adjust the front brake cable.
And honestly that is it! Then i can put it under a load and tweak the timing and so-on.
So about an hour of work to make it potentially rideable! I do have a 1964 Avion trailer and a 1958 Ford Ranch Wagon also needing my attention, but i’m sure I can find that hour someplace!