Well I built it! Finally got the headset bearing last night. I needed a star nut as well so the dude at the shop said $12.00 to cut the fork and install the nut. He had to set up the headset as well while doing so.
I gave him $20, saved me from having to buy a hack saw ( I lost mine).
So building it took about 3 hours, most of the time cleaning the components real good and swapping wheels with the other bike. Assembly was easy. Hardest part was removing the ugly warning sticker from the fork.
Well looks like a bike and tomorrow is the maiden voyage on SART. I expect to make a few adjustments on the ride as the cables adjust.
Sorry, no white door.