Thanks for the comments. I won't be setting any speed records with this build for sure.
With the smell of credit card smoke still hanging in the air, the first batch of new parts arrived. 1st overbore piston & rings, chain guard, exhaust, gas cap, intake boot, gaskets, & oil seals. All genuine Honda. Plus reproduction "Honda Trail 70" decals & the "remember", tire pressure info, & battery warning decals. The helmet holder decal was fine.
I actually got the decals on straight with no bubbles.
Very nice, vibrant colors & they matched in size perfect--good thing sice there was a paint fade outline.
The steering head bearings were good--I was expecting mishapen rust blobs--but just cleaned them up & regreased. Also reinstalled front fork & seat latch. Fork seals looked good, so I just put in some fresh oil. The previous model (K0) had no dampening in the fork & had a lame bushing that would cause all kinds of front wheel slop like up to 1/4" at the axle. The K1 fork was a Cadillac by comparison. The K2 went to a rubber fork boot so the metal covers were a K1 only part. I like it because it makes it look inverted (its not, plus the springs are actually external, under the red covers & outside the fork tube itself.)
Next update may be some time. Have to come up with a media blasting setup for alot of parts, need to source some more on feebay & get alot of misc. hardware & trinkets, & find someone to bore my cylinder. Also need a new battery connector on the main wiring harness--& since the harness runs inside the frame I cant put anything else on until its in.