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Don't know the Jetronic setup at all, but the Motronic dizzy is a purely mechanical device for pointing the spark at the right plug. No sensors/electronics in it at all, no advance mechanism, so should be easy to replicate with any other dizzy.
The belt detensioner is probably leaking or will leak....tough call on that one as parts are hard to find.
Be very critical when you inspect the cam lobes. Particularly the exhaust lobes and followers. Inlets usually all good.
Injectors may want servicing, whichever ones you use. Perhaps try your luck first.
I'd be tempted to wind up the oil pressure while you have the belt off - spin the aux pulley with an electric drill and suitable adapter. It is safe to do this with the cam covers off and you can see the oil flowing out of the cam bearing caps etc.
Rear crank main oil seals leak too - might be worth replacing that while you have it accessible.
Valve stem seals maybe?
Dunno really, depends how good the motor was before it crashed and how much you want to spend.
Last thing while you have the cam covers off, and this is important - re-torque the cylinder head bolts. I used to go to about +10% on spec, oiled threads and washers.