Well, in the sense that it is a reasonably complete bike with mostly original fittings, no. Many projects start with modified or non-standard bikes which will need long hours of searching at autojumbles and on the internet to find parts to bring them back to original – if that’s what you want. It is a typical bike in the sense that most of it is worn out & what work has been done on it during its life hasn’t been to the highest standard….that’s a polite way of saying bodged.
Firstly get a decent digital camera (with a macro setting if possible) & take pix from every angle of every major component, its fixings & position in relation to other major components plus any odd looking or possibly non standard items. These can then be emailed/sent to self appointed know-it-alls (moi? surely not) to spot the oddity or tell you whats missing (but probably not where to get it).