So I walked a few rounds around the bike and captured the needed parts at the first glance. Even in such a rough way, the list became so long that I'll have to split the outcome into a few articles. Considering that this is an outcome of a simple initial visual inspection of half an hour, without even touching the bike, the result is clear: I'm in deep trouble!
It's quite expected, I could have lived with it, if my goal wasn't getting sixty years back in time. A new paint is imminent.
The ignition key and lock are not original and they need to be replaced.
Neutral and battery indicator lights are good.
The plastics still look good for that age, but still there is no need to insist further. They're pretty much dead.
That luggage rack is going to go in any case.
So the "rearmost" footpegs will be sawed off, and the mounting bracket of the passenger footpeg will be fixed.
(Second note to self: This Blogspot thing is a real mess to handle...)