So here is my 2 cents since I was the bike's second owner and bought it from the original owner in the early 2000s and knew the guy who built it/painted it.
Paint: it was a special blend HOK that used copper powder in the paint. The "green" streaks were actually the copper oxidizing and at one point the coolest part. I have the base/candy that was used and its a more common HOK gold (its not pagan gold, but I can't remember off the top of my head at the moment). I doubt you will be able to replicate the green streaks without paint since that took years to show up and was an unintended consequence of trying to get gold micro flake in the paint. The closest you could probably get is HOK lime gold which is fine.
that's old school molding and while done with quality materials at the time, there are more modern things right now that work better. However, it takes hours upon hours of sanding to properly mold a frame right so my suggestion is to hand sand the frame being careful not to take off the original molding, and then giving it all a skim coat of something modern like marglass and painting over that. It's still going to take hours upon hours of body work (or several hundred dollars if you send it out) but it won't be as bad as starting from scratch.
The only way to do that bike is in candy over flake and all one color. IMHO it also needs to be gold. When it was painted original it was candy over a metallic mica, if it were up to me I would go lowrider/bassboat levels of flake so the thing just glimmers in the sun. I had the tank painted flake silver and was going to have it candy coated in gold when I had the money but I never had the money.
The original tires on the bike were a 2.75 avon speedmaster (which is no longer made) and a Mag Mopus rear (which replaced the original Dunlop K81). It has on it right now a dunlop Elite from Dad's fatboy which was perfectly serviceable at the time but has probably aged out being a "good" tire. The front is a 3.00 avon speedmaster I put on the bike months before I sold it to jaguar.
I bent the rear fender by accident when transporting the bike from New Orleans to NY. It loosened up in the truck and rolled backward into the back wall. Just grab the edge of the fender and pull as hard as you can to align it. It's a cheap trailer fender FWIW I would consider replacing it with a ribbed rear fender. The original tank was a ribbed avon tank that I did not get with the bike. It would look cool and period with a ribbed tank and a ribbed rear fender. Jag, did I give you the ribbed chopper tank I had for it?
Almost as bad as bikes that could never do the ton, on "Do The Ton" forum...Choppers and scoooters. Oh my, what is this world (or at least, this forum) coming to???