Hi! I've recently joined the clan by buying a cosmetically rough old 1978 GL1000.
It was black, though that wasn't its original colour, but I've just repainted it in Ford "Electric Orange" which I reckon is sort of in the spirit of Honda mid 70s (bright Candy colours)
I like 'Naked Goldwings' but after riding this one 300km back from where I bought it, I decided to fit a fairing. I have a 1977 which I will keep fairing-less.
The fairing wasn't made for a Wing, but I like the style. It's a twin optic type, made by Mach.
I was surprised to hear the Vetters fit using hose clamps, that sounds very crude and nasty.
This thing has a substantial square-tube framework with fully adjustable sub frame for the twin round light units, and has two tensioners on a yoke piece which fits to a bolt through the stock hole behind the headstem tube, and we TIG welded two threaded lugs to the sides of the headstock which then take bolts from two more lugs on the frame, so the support frame is pulled into the front of the headstem.
It also has two side braces which are clamped to the frame front downtubes.
Very solid it all is.
Sorry this is so out of focus, but can you see the support frame anyway?