Doug, I have copies of the manual...looks like 2 original manuals but one must have been printed or copied when my Wife used to have access to this super copier/printer set up. There isn't a way to get a guard for it unless some how the person is able to figure out which saws are clones of it. I tried in last December to get the parts and the web site is now a parked domain. The original safety equipment was dangerous anyways. The saw was bought some time between 1994 and 2000....neither one of us can remember. Never got used until 2003.
Jim, that is what I have been thinking of the most. I haven't had need of a sander like that yet, but can see the need for it in the future. That on sale now just might tip the Mrs towards that way about it.
If I do sell it, it will have to be buyer beware, no safety equipment included right at the top of the ad. I suppose some one could add an aftermarket splitter to it as those are very cheap, just a couple of bucks, or even make one out of some thin hardboard or other material that is right around 1/8". And an overarm blade guard could be made out of plexiglass or polycarbonate or something of that sort.