I will get up a full list of components soon (as soon as I finish it).
Re. The finish on the frame this was achieved using scotchbrite pads. There are three grades that you can use maroon (course), green (medium) and grey (fine). Because my frame had a very slight pitting in the frame finish (I'm guessing this was because it was originally painted and this helped with paint adhesion?) I started with a course grade to remove any blemishes and then finished with a fine grade.
I found the best result was achieved rubbing the tubes in a perpendicular direction i.e NOT rubbing up and down along the length of the tube but moving along the tubes in sections as if polishing a bowling ball (does that make sense?)
I also found that working on one tube at time helped maintain my sanity and ensure that every part of the bike received the same level of attention.
The cranks weren't NOS but were pretty mint so I didn't have to do any work on them