I'll post pics later but I was left a Deba by some folks who thought it was ruined and beyond any hope.
It was covered in red rust, quite dull and has about a 5-10 degree bend near the tip. Cleaned the rust and did a quick sharpening.
Overall length is 6" and from 1-2 inches back from the point the bend prevents the stone from contacting on the back side.
I don't want to risk trying to bend it and would rather not take it to the belt sander for that short section but can't see another way to reach into that bent area. I would rather do a proper waterstone job but it may end up a hybrid front side/waterstone, backside high grit belts due to the bend.