The rubber pieces, not just the footpeg rubber in the picture, but everything including the air filter hose, handles, battery belt and a few smaller others, are made by a local rubber shop in another city. Very good quality, but the ones on the two sides of the tank did not fit. Must be some kind of model confusion.
Here's a fun fact - although the key has changed a few times, but up until seventies, all bikes were provided as "one key fits all"! That means, if you've got a key, all Beemers were yours!
The new left and old right together in the photo. Right side is okay, just needs a thorough sanding and matt black paint.
The little plastic bag in the foreground is the carburetor gasket set. There were a few gaskets missing in the carb, I hope it will work better with the new set.
So the most significant shopping is over. What's still left is "just" the bearings that I'll decide to replace, and every single nut and bolt, and that's it!
Now that we're in the daylight saving time and the days are geting longer, I hope to proceed more steadily without being this lazy anymore. Let's see...