It is a late 1971 early 1972 USA battery door frame Script badge V90. The frame number says 1972, but the model badge plate says manufactured in Dec 1971, and the engine number says 1971. I don't think these came with turn signals, but they came with batteries obviously since they have battery side compartments.
Engine removed from frame. Top end removed from engine. Seller's father passed away while working on it. He was in the process of rebuilding the top end and starting body work to repaint. Came almost fully complete. Got the full engine including brand new GOL piston and rings for the v90 to replace the junk piston which is still in the box of stuff. Both battery side and engine side doors. Tuna can tail light (needs a lot of work to straighten out and restore back to original), speedo, saddle seat, tank, carb, headlight, etc all there. Just missing the kick start lever and original exhaust plus some wiring and random little things.
This one is gonna get a full restore treatment. Body work, repaint in original paint color. I need to get a closer look to see if the paint tag is inside.. and do more google searching to match the color. The small frame encyclopedia on FB, Jasper Foehn, suggested the color is a rare Giallo Cromo 933 "Max Meyer Paint Code: "Chrome Yellow" 1.298.2933 from 1970 onwards", but in my quick googling, that seems to be more a greenish yellow color whereas this is straight yellow. So I'm thinking it might be either Giallo 912 or Giallo Texas 935
As usual, more pictures to come tomorrow. Just got home in the rain and dark.
to tune or not to tune. that is always the question!