Whats your riding experience?
Don't fall into the trap that most people fall into, disassembling the bike and never getting it back together.
If its a well running, titled bike, treat the rust in-situ.
Here's what I'd do:
Using a Clymer manual, do a full service of the bike.
-braided brake lines
-fresh fork oil
-hagon rear shocks
-new stem and wheel bearings (All Balls brand)
-quality performance exhaust
-new tires (i like Avon road riders, but others here have their recommendations)
-new fuel lines and fuel filters
-new coils and electronic Ignition
Each of those individual upgrades can be done in a weekend max, and will keep you riding as much as possible. Not only that, but you'll have a bike that will absolutely perform better than stock.
My riding experience is middle of the road. I’m 27 years old, so not much experience, but recently sold my 2017 Triumph Street Triple. I grew up on Honda dirt bikes. I’m assuming I can get a Clymer Manual online?