Thanks Jerry & Paul.
Working in this scale i feel I "have" to make it is operational as possible.
I will look into the youtube stuff...
For now I managed to get the operational lever (I think) finished.
The lever causes the lower gears to mesh with the upper, basically turning the drill on and off.
While simple in appearance it was not quite...
The upper mount for the lever was fairly straightforward;
Drill a length of .125" tube and thread/solder in a 00-80 threaded rod.
The lower pivot was a little more work.
You see the large gear on the right must attach to the shaft to drive the smaller gear on the left.
However the collar with the stud (same as above) must allow the shaft to spin inside - just like above.
But, there must be a stop opposite the gear so the lever moves the gears (and shaft) in and out of mesh.
FWIW the lever is a piece of .093 brass rod.
I guess now I have to do the darn stepped pulleys...........