Guessing this is the machine in question, was listed last week in the US on some sites. Looks pretty decent and I think I'd restore rather than replace to keep as much originality as possible. You'll want to flatten anyway if you plan to scan or photograph to copy. Worth taking photos before each process in case anything goes bad so you have a backup. Sometimes the paint can flake off the back when flattening. I find scanning doesn't work well due to the reflection from the glossy plastic, so you can try using a spray on matt finish to stop that and has worked for me. Though I prefer to photograph as I can angle the light sources to cut down reflections. Good luck.