It only has 2K miles but it'd had a very rough life in the garage it seems.
That might be 102K miles.I agree that the rearsets are probably too far back, you could probably just weld a bit of plate in the triangle area (just ahead of the passenger peg mounts) and mount them there. Or cut those triangles off and weld some tabs to the main frame.
Good score if it really is 2k on the odometer, thats a champion find. Give it some love and you'll really appreciate the ride this one'll give you. On the rearsets, I'd make a new linkage straighjt to the rear drum. The less linkages the better for anything like that. Are you planning on removing the standard pegs and controls? - boingk
If you move them forward you won't need to have them sticking out so far (silencer is smaller diameter closer to front) I would 'beat' silencer/pipe for clearance on brake pedal. I don't think I've ever seen anytrhing that resmbles a good looking brake rod set up unless it was direct from factory,( and some of them pretty dismal) Running to cut down brake pedal will probably be easiest/safest thing and doesnt look 'too' bad Any rod with bends in looks awful in my opinion. I have a plan for my 360's which should look less shite and also not operate brake with suspension movement.PJ