Here are the mappings for the 6 pictures I am attaching one reply at a time...
pdrm0304.jpg - Exploded view of carb taken apart. (Diffuser and related parts left in throttle assembly.) The four parts off to the right are what I have left to work with for the choke.
pdrm0307.jpg - View looking down from top of carb with top housing off. (From left, filter bowl, large float bowl, throttle assembly, hollow choke assembly.)
pdrm0309.jpg. - View of what I would refer to as top carburetor housing. You can see the main screw, throttle cable and slide etc. You can also see the top of the choke housing that is open on one side for feed of the missing tension cable. The choke housing is about 3/4" inch long and fits inside the choke assembly.
pdrm0310.jpg. Another view of the "top carburetor housing" to show the choke housing better. You can see the throtte spring and slide in the background.
pdrm0312.jpg Closer view of the four parts I have left. The top piece looks like brass in the picture, but it is white plastic. The second piece is the brass piece I referred to in previous posts. The third piece is the brass "washer"? This is what WAS on top of the carburetor in my BEFOR DISSAMBLY picture I posted late yesterday. I'm confident this doesn't go on the top normally, but it was on top for the last ten years or so when my ped was shelved. The brass "washer" has a little ridge in it or natural o-ring and it fits flush with the bottom of the choke assembly on the carb. (Of course, the cable end has to cover the whole in the middle of the washer - so it seems like it would leak gas a little if there wasn't some other mechanism at the bottom of the assembly.
pdrm0313.jpg. Same as previous picture except brass piece is setting up so you can see that it is hollow.
I'm starting to feel somewhat confident that I am missing a piece that is suppossed to cover the top of the choke housing where the cable feeds into the choke assembly. Any ideas?