Apart from Accurate Armour and Azimut full conversions (and I don’t believe any of them provide the auxiliary sights and the long legs), I don’t know of specific AM parts.
I also omitted to say the IDF AMX 13 all had the single headlight set-up.
I worked on the FL12 turret with the 105 mm gun. I finally opted for the Argentinian version. There is too much to do a correct Dutch turret. Like for the other turrets I added some missing details. Will you be able to spot them all?
On the FL12 turret there is a ring mount for a close defense MG. Takom gives the mount and the MAG58 but no ring mount. A strip of styrene can od the trick.
Then you have to redo the hatch lock as the original one position (at the front) prevented the ring from rotating.
As seen on the picture the turret bustle of the FL12 turret is modified to cope with the greater recoil of the 105 mm gun.
Among the added details there are the fixings for the antennas shrouds. One is on the roof and the other two are each on the little square plates on the bustle sides.
A little example of the subtleties about the AMX 13 is the coax MG outlet. The Israelis extended it (probably because they replaced the French MAC31 MG with a cal .30 MG). This is how Takom depicts the outlet.
The French outlet was either without an extension or with a small one like in the picture.
Concerning the Argentinian outlet it had an intermediate size extension. And the Dutch adopted a different one.
None othe turrets is finished yet. There are many parts to add and some to modify like the early auxiliary sights for the IDF tank.