Try instead googling on the model number on the data plate. There's still little information on that particular saw, but it will get you past most of the references to the Tilting Table saws. Inca had a great reputation for making quality tools for home shops... but quality costs, and that was their biggest downfall. In the US, they had one importer (Garrett Wade), with Eagle Tools serving as their shipper in the west. In Canada, it was Lee Valley. One of my searches came up with old catalogs from the 80s and 90s. You'll see what I mean about price. But I have a 10 inch bandsaw with which I've re-sawn five inch mahogany and cherry, and I wouldn't give it up even if I got a larger capacity saw.
I like the pull outs on my MFTC. The full extension 14" slides allow the systainer to completely open without taking up too much room. The cutouts in the base fit the feet on the systainer and keep it from sliding around.