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We should have a belt in stock for this model and ribbon as well. The ribbons is a standard one we refer to as a T-5 (General Ribbon product), this ribbon has an eyelet at both ends of the ribbon which is designed to activate the ribbon reverse. I you need to reach us for further assistance you can reach us at (561) 439-7766.
Knowing that those haven't been built in many years, I'd first try to source it from antique dealers (not the 'junk shops' that call themselves antique shops) They typically have a decent list of places to get parts for such machines.
If that doesn't pan out and you have the actual broken belt you could do a measure (around the belt the width and the height (and if a 'v' the approx. angle of the 'V") and see if you can have Gates make you one. (this will not be cheap).