If I had not previously relegated to keeping it hanging on the wall and offering to my Son when he turns 25.......I might have considered offering mine to you.
If I ever do have a change of heart, I will definitely contact you as this bike seems to have a similar place in your heart.
That is a promise!
Here is a run down on the specs.
It has never been ridden and hopefully never will be.
It is more an ode to all that is XTR as it has every XTR item offered during 94-95. and I mean ever XTR part.
THE GREY GHOST
Frameset: M2 Metal Matrix
Color: Battleship Grey
Forks: FSX Carbon Titanium NOS
Cassette: XTRCS-M900 8 speed (P-Type) NOS
Shifters: XTR ST-M910 Optical display NOS
Front Derailleur: XTR FD-M900 Bottom Pull NOS
Brakes: XTR BR-M900 C Cantilever NOS
Brakepads: XTR BP-M900 Cartridge NOS
Chain: XTR CN-7401 NOS
Bottom bracket: XTR UN-91 73x113 NOS
Pedals: XTRPD-M737 NOS
Seatpost QR: XTR SQ-M900 NOS
Seatpost: XTR SP-M900 NOS
Crankset: XTR FC-M900
Rear Derailleur: XTR RD-M910
Rear HUB: XTRFH-M900
Front Hub: XTR HB-M900
QR Skewers: XTRM900
Wheelset: Specialized S Works Z-21 "Pro"
Tires: Specialized Umma Gumma Grey
Saddle: Specialized Prolong TitaniumGreyNOS
Handlebar: Specialized Alloy flat bar
Stem: Specialized Titanium 150MM NOS
Headset: Diacomp Aheadset NOS
Grips: Scott MountainGrey NOS
I also have a NOS XTR Headset and a NOS Nitto Quil Stem but have differred to the Ti stem and conventional aheadset.
The wheelset is the 1994 S-works ultra lights with the the fully intact S-works logo going all of the way around the perimiter. Very tough find indeed.
I would love to post up a pick but due to a recent move it is somewhat dissasembled and I have subsequently lost two very small brake retaining nuts and my NOS grey XTR cable housing.