I have this riffle, but I don't know the model... The rifle does not have the mark or model and the rod is missing.
Very sad, with the measurements and details of the pieces, could it be possible to restore it?
Oh, is not so expensive...With money, anything is possible; however, I am pretty sure that restoration would cost more than a replacement 39a in shooting condition.
Tank you so much.Welcome to Marlin Owners from NE Indiana.
Go to gunparts.com they have schematics on the various Marlin 39's. It looks like you need a inner and outer mag tube. Also the mag tube holder and takedown screw.
The current stocks appear to come from a single shot shotgun. I would replace them too.
Some of the parts dealers will ship out of country but I am not sure witch ones.
Good luck with your project.