I have a copy of the operator's manual & the parts list, which also gives exploded diagrams of all the main parts... Check your PMs, I'll send it over to you - it might be Monday before I can, as I scanned it in the office at work...
I bought mine a few years ago, and I have to say she's a cracking lathe; not one of the better known ones, but she holds a pretty good tolerance considering the wear, the biggest problem i've got is her tendancy to cut a taper unless I'm really really careful... I'm pretty sure my problems stem from worn chucks, as I've tried the "Rolly's Dad's method" of testing the headstock alignment and it seems to be spot on.
Anyway, will be very interested to see how you get on with your restoration, I reckon you'll end up with a versatile lathe which will give you decades of service. Looking forward to it