That's a really nice original 30 Paal. It's a fairly early one too, with the speed control on top of the gear cover- although the earliest ones had a nickel plated reproducer.
You were lucky to get the original grille with the machine. That seems to be something of a rarity these days.
It's easy to see why this was such a successful model. I love them, and the sound quality you get from that little horn still amazes me.
Did you find it in the wild, online or get it from a collector?
It's obviously lived the good life, and has been loved & looked after, unlike many.
Thanks for sharing it with us
BTW: Does anyone know an approximate timeline for when the reproducer was changed from nickel to black, and when the ID tag was moved from the horn compartment to the bedplate?