I have serious doubts that any "G" rifles were made with folding stocks... although I could be wrong. The "G" marking indicates that the rifle was issued to the Romanian Patriotic Guard and not the regular Romanian Army. Also, these "G" rifles were made in semi-auto only. They look identical to the regular army AKs except that the auto disconnector had the tail ground off which made the rifle fire semi-auto only, the engraved "G" and the black band on the stock.
Robpiat, I saw the pics of the kit over on the other site.
It looks like one of the complete UF stock sets CFS sold a few months back with the needed parts from a "G" rifle kit and a regular AKM front grip added in to make a complete workable UF kit.
The regular ROMY forward facing front grip won't work with a UF stock.