You may end up needing to make or modify some closely matching parts for your saw yourself like table inserts, blade and pulley guards, etc, or it might actually be easier and cheaper in the long run to just find a good clean used saw that comes with everything. The Delta Contractor Saws of the 34-44* series (all almost the same) are quite plentiful and now selling for $2-300 on Craigslist or other swap boards. Keep an eye out for a clean and complete one with a fence and miter gauge, belt/pulley cover, Splitter/blade guard and anti kickback pawls, etc. It's quite easy to make your own table inserts and a post asking about how to do it will get you all the help that you need for this.
A saw that is less than about 15 years old will likely have a riving knife and saws older than that will likely have a splitter and anti kickback pawls. Most older saws cannot be modified for a riving knife, but a splitter is fairly easy to make. Micro Jig sells great stock pushers and easy to install splitters, but they have no anti kickback pawls. Most Craftsman saws are hard to find parts for, since several manufacturers made them and Sears isn't very good at keeping spare parts in stock for very long. You might try www.ereplacementparts.com
because they do or did have some parts for Craftsman saws. Look for a saw with a dual voltage 120-240 volt motor and 1.5-2.0 hp.
The contractor saws (several brands) all seemed to have the motors hanging out the back of the saw table and easily visible for inspection. This type of saw is quite accurate when calibrated, very hard to kill, and easy to use. Their only significant fault is their saw dust control - there isn't any. It falls where it may, but for a good low priced and reliable used saw, these saws are great. I have several friends who make period reproduction Queen Ann furniture using these saws. I found one for my son, fixed it up and calibrated it, and it is just as accurate as my Unisaw. If you can find one with a Unifence, the fence alone is worth over $200 because they are great, are highly sought after by serious woodworkers and no longer being made. The original stock fences on these saws (called Jet Lock) isn't the best, but works fine for someone just getting started. You can always upgrade the fence later. The dual voltage motor on the Delta Contractors Saw is specially designed. It produces 1.5 hp on 120 volt power (the max available on a 15 amp 120 volt circuit) but when switched over to 240 volts it can produce a full 2 hp on a 240 volt 15 amp circuit. For a home hobbyist, you won't need more than 2 hp.