Nice you got to love putting car parts on bikes!
As far as the key switch it was really easy. I made the plate that I mounted the gauge and lights to. The switch has a rubber boot that goes around it that you have to remove then it will fit in the hole. As far as mounting it the switch has two screw holes in the bottom of it for mounting it to the stock location. I was able to drill a new hole in the plate that I mounted the gauge to and hold the switch in place. The other tab on the other side of the switch I grinned off because it stuck out and hit the tank when turning all the way to the right.
Here in my little plate
And here is a close up. Don't have a pic of the back side.
As for the head light here is a quick look at it!
As you can tell from the stock headlight the reflective film in the back of the bulb is warped from rust under it so it does not give off a good beam and is dim to start with and is useless when it gets dark. I would love to be able to stay out at friends when im on the bike but with that light its just not safe to. So instead of buying a new $50 crappy bulb to put back in it I found this sweet headlight for $10 and Iv found I can put a new modern bulb in it for another $10 So for $20 and some time I can have a better looking brighter light!
But that's going to have to wait until I can get home to work on it. Im also going to install a new short front brake line(thanks to my brother for Christmas) and get rid of that huge long ugly stock one. And while im tearing apart the whole front end of the bike anyway om going to rebuild the forks with new seals. Im also thinking about powder coating the wheels at the same time (the bare metal wheels gets grease on them from the chain and you CANT get it off! so with a shinny coat of powder the grease will wipe right off!)