John - W&P parts aren't thick on the ground in the UK. If I was in that position I'd get someone to make me a set. Theres a chap called Bob Rodgerson who hangs out on the Real Classics forum (known as Humbernut) - he could make a set for you I'm sure.
When they are refering to short or long version, which one is the correct for a 1929 Model B ? 29 Model B would probably have had throttle levers. Only the top of the range sports model would have had a twist grip. Have a look at the catalogues in the Knowledgebase - should state what was `standard'
`The company which started making bikes in 1898...' hmmmm...is it the same company? I didn't think so. Mind it would be funny to see retro Huntmasters appearing in a few years time a la Triumph Bonneville.
Crazy price. I'm intrigued to know whether the engine is 1905. Apart from the lack of timing chest it doesn't look too dissimilar to my 1913 engine. Another lash up no doubt, despite what he says in the blurb.