So your points are inside the flywheel like that ?
OK .. sorry .. It probably DOESN"T have a separate plate to set timing then.
In that case just ignore the .014" point gap setting.
You will adjust the point gap to get the timing right.
So .. make it so the points 'break' right when the F mark passes the case mark.
Use the methods in my first post to figure out when they 'break' (open).
After you set it .. if you have access to a strobe (timing) light .. you can use the strobe light shined on the F mark-case mark (while the motor is running) to see if you got it right.