I don't want to discourage you, but finding a 100 with everything on it is a tall order. I would try to find a nice 100 with a few goodies, and then add the factory correct items to it.
Here in NC, you are fortunate to find a 100 for sale in any condition. I have seen a couple of nice basic 100's for sale that were around $900 -$1,100.
I just finished a 100 this year. It is posted in the restore/refurbish threads "Finally doing a 100."