If I was to build it, I would use alot of the parts that were on my Sling team bikes back in the day;
rigid fork - a definate must to really appreciate the magic of the frame. A nice unicrown is light, responsive, and flows well with the lines of the frame...whatever, don't put on a sus fork, you'll regret it.
wheels - Phil Wood hubs, Union Ti spokes, Mavic ceramic rims, and a Sachs fw - a classic set up that is beautiful, race hardy, and functionally elegant.
Phil bottom bracket - silky smooth for a lifetime
Mavic components - sealed headset, 8 speed road derailleur, and front derailleur. Did not use the Mavic mountain stuff as the road kit was more plentiful for replacement parts. I also used such high gears, I did not have a triple up front so the road fd was just fine. Oh to be young and strong again
Plus the black and silver was really cool!
Salsa quill stem - just fit well and lots of rise options
Answer taper light bar - light and cheap, came in cool colors.
Syncros crank and post - super beefy yet still light
Poseable Bullwinkle the moose strapped to back...just for good kharma!
I don't remember what I had for brakes or shifters???
Anyways, all the components were choosen because they performed well, required little maintenance, and finished the race every time out...just what you should expect from your bike.
I think I'd respray her though...unless THIS one will be a rider