Since you don't want to see my ugly mug, here's a picture of a guy named Ted taking my Atlas on a test ride. In this picture the rear shocks are still too long (the previous owner had bought a set and fitted them not realizing they were so long that they kept it up off the center stand).
Checkered Past ended up rebuilding the upper end of the engine along with re-sealing the whole thing to take care of a bunch of leaks. They finished locating some missing airbox bits for me and also fitted the proper torpedo silencers. They also mounted the correct-sized Dunlops for the bike, getting rid of the ugly, low-profile sportbike tires that were on it before.
Still to come is an un-hacked rear fender, which I have and will be fitting in the next few weeks. It needs a bit of clean-up and I don't have the budget to get it re-chromed at this point, so it will be a tad bit ugly but functional. Like me.