You will find identical points to yours were used on early KZ Kawasaki 650 and 1000 machines and are easier to source.The condensers are the same but Kawasaki used two different arrangements, inverting the condensers on certain models, just make sure the bracket is the right way up.
Just put new points and condensers in my GTO but instead of soldering the incoming black/white wires to the condensers, I made a simple change that will make future replacements much easier. It also avoids having to solder wires to the new condensers which can be damaged if too much heat soaks in.
So, just cut the two tagged wires off the old condensers and while you've got the points plate out, simply solder them to the incoming black/white wires. You can then connect the new tags on the incoming wires to the points along with the leads from the new condensers. Connect both tags to the appropriate points before attaching the points to the backplate, it's easier to tighten the 3mm screws while they are out. Finally, ensure the tags wont touch the cover plate when replaced.