I have two cherry midcentury tables my dad made in the 60s. They need refinishing and I was undecided about what finish to use. You guys sold me on the Danish natural. They have aged beautifully and it should show the color nicely.
You can get enough parts off of ebay to build one from. I've bought several parts from there over the years. I think some people buy the old ones just to part out.
My advice is to buy a Rikon 10-326, or Laguna 14/12 depending on whichever one is on sale. That coming from a person who wouldn't buy a new table saw, jointer, or planer.
I'd try negotiating a bit. If you're worried about parts, check out Iturra Design. He has lots of aftermarket upgrades and parts for them. I'd give you his phone number but I left my catalog at school before they shut it down for Covid. He's in Florida and shouldn't be too hard to locate online.