Sold the single speed Hegner I bought for two hundred twelve years ago for four hundred. Bought an RBI for two, added a couple things and sold it to a buddy for what I had into it and used that money to buy a variable speed Hegner. All this and answering questions about the saw got me to looking it all over again. A LOT more information out there on using them today and I'm actually enjoying the critter for the first time.
The LED light I bought for the RBI went out the door with it, so the new, used Hegner didn't have one. The problem [of lack of lighting] was solved by that I, a while back, bought several sewing machine lights as task lights for various tools. For example, I mounted one on the head-stock and one on the tail stock of my lathe and they provide the light I need to tend details, when turning. I had a couple more I was going to mount on my miter (right and left), but hadn't got to yet. Because the Hegner hold down is iron, the rare earth magnets attach to it fine and it seems to be doing the job.
Just for reference, these run about nine to fourteen dollars (get the ones with the most LED's, which, I believe, is about forty-five).
The reason I have what you want is, I never lent it out before.
Scraps are a myth.