Continued with assembly, I added the handle bars, brake and clutch levers, throttle and cable, bar end mirrors, fork ears, headlight bucket, speedometer, front brake cable, rear fender, chain, license plate bracket, tail light, etc. etc. etc. Next major step is to tackle the wiring and shift/brake linkages. I also had the exhaust pipe out for ceramic coating as I could not find a replacement in chrome, and mine was in too rough shape to send to have re-chromed. The rearsets are in place but will need some minor modification to clear the kick starter on the left and the exhaust on the right. It will be interestinging finally ride this thing and see how many times I hit the rear brake when I want to shift or hit the shift when I want to brake. Right hand shifting will take a while to get used to.