Well the Col has some great pictures and I actually have a 71 SG Deluxe to help you on your way to achieving restorative SF Bliss! Here's a pic of my 71 Deluxe which I've 'played the hell out of' an find to be one of the best sounding guitars I own & also easiest to play. I do have the original pickup covers but found them to be unsoldered after I received the guitar so I took them off AND they were not Embossed covers just like most early-mid 71 models but, I will coness I have a fetish for those Embossed covers & have taken to collecting the & even using them for the desired effect when customizing other guitars like my 69 modified SG Standard which I call my Mack Diesel... right.. lots of chrome. Anyhow, sorry, shiny objects distract me. So, I couldn't help but notice that there was NO Binding on your guitar! This often indicates somebody upgraded a lower model to emulate a higher priced or more desirable model. But in this case the model below the Deluxe was the SG Pro & that had DOT inlay & not pearl Block inlay! So, the mystery continues in this regard for now as to why there is no binding! I've enclosed a shot of the pots & wring from my '71 Deluxe for you to use. Those pot codes date to the 41st week of 1971. Here's a fuzzy shot of the back of the headstock that show the original Kidney shaped Grover tuners. And your pups of course will look something like this.. Well best wishes for a rewarding restoration. If I can help you with anything specific please just let me know! Je m’en vais.