That looks pretty good to me!
The next thing that needed doing was recessing the pivot hole to fit the head of the pivot pin.
|I need to make this....|
|...look like this.|
I didn't have a drill bit of a suitable size kicking around, nor did I have my calipers about so I could check what I was looking for so I decided to try something different.
First I drilled the counterbore with a drill bit smaller than what I'm aiming for and then used one of the pivot bolts in the chuck to remove the final lip.
I have chamfered two sides so that the slots of the screwdriver slot act as cutting teeth on the wood.
It's no longer useable on the rebuild, but I had planned to only use on of the two bolts so no issue.
It worked a charm. Combine that with a bit of shaping and it now looks like this: