A bit of good luck and the power of Facebook has resulted in scratching off 2 of the 4 parts needed for this project!
Due to what appears to have been a left low side at one time a number of things were damaged.
The left footpeg bracket was broken and had a fairly sloppy weld repair, although I am sure it wasn't an easy weld job. The brackets are made from cast aluminum and quite brittle. If the bike is dropped you can count on snapping one off.
The turn signals were missing. This ended up being the easy part as Stein Dense still carries the exact units! Thanks blackcat!
The rear brake light housing was replaced with an earlier style. I have found that the 1000S is one of the few bikes made to use this style brake light, of course!
The black plastic instrument shroud is missing. This is so rare I may have to resort to having a 3D copy made.
The headlight is not correct. Although the bucket looks like it could be correct and has the right terminals most 1000S' I have seen have a smaller headlight.
The footpeg weld job was below average, and the geometry of the bracket after welding was not correct. I started looking for a replacement bracket immediately, but knew it would be a tall task! The 1000S does not share this bracket with any other model that I know of. The Lemans of the same time frame is close, but no cigar. I had resigned myself to cutting the old weld out, and having it re-welded, but I knew it probably would not result in a bracket I would be happy with.
What a proper 1000S taillight should look like
What a proper 1000S instrument shroud and headlight should look like.
The happy news is, I was contacted by a Guzzi enthusiast in Europe that had a set of footpeg brackets and proper taillight. Tracking info states the package has been released by US Customs. I will post pictures upon receipt.
2 of the unobtanium parts are off the list!!