@weljo2001: I'll bet you are right about the cowling bracket. eBay is a good idea.
@remcbride: That looks wicked!
@MaverickAus: I didn't mean it would take a year to break down (though it would certainly take me more than 4 hours) - I meant it's gonna be a long time before all the bits are sold. The PITA of packing and mailing is a factor too.
@kiwitourer: I had full insurance on my wife's Vespa off to the side in the pics, but not the V. Fortunately the landlords (my Aunt and Uncle) got some money from their homeowners insurance and gave me some of that. I am trying to be fairly frugal right now, so my budget cap for whatever I do is probably $3K.
@Zatx: See above re: resistance to parting out. Very good points about skill/patience/potential bad outcome after fixing, and frame. Based on your comments, IF I did try to repair, I would make sure to have a mechanic look at the frame before starting. I did send the photos to my mechanic a while ago and he said it wasn't worth paying him to fix it. I know a guy who will is offering $500 for the bike, and I'm pretty sure I can get him to $800. Not sure if I'd do better on Craig's List or eBay, but that's another option.
Thanks for the input, guys, it's very helpful.