I agree with Nick, part it out and put the money into the 94'. The quadratrac stuff is hard to come by but is also not sought after. That was a poor driveline design. You will waste your money trying to put something together for the woods than just selling it off.
If the rear axles have offset pumpkins, they are quadratrac as well. Either way, they are most likely dana 20's (smooth diff cover). The fronts should be dana 30's. As far as value, stock jeep axles are a dime a dozen but do still carry some value. Check on ebay and you local papers for prices to give you an idea where to start. If the rears have 1 piece axles (axle is even with the drum) you could get between $200 and $300 depending on condition if they are widetracks. Narrow tracks will not bring as much.
Dana 20 transfer cases are pretty cheap because most people that have to replace one will go to a 300. 300 cases are anywhere from $100 to $300 depending on condition.
The 304's would be considered buildable cores unless someone could physically here it run. You should be able to around $100 for a core.
If the frame is solid on the jeep, you should be able to get a few hundred bucks for it as well. It would be alot more (obviously) if you had a title.
If it were me, I would figure up how much you have in all that stuff, put a figure on it that you can live with and still make a little money, and sell it as a package deal. It will be alot less headaches this way. Good Luck