1989 Merlin Mtn Titanium with Full WTB and "Rubber Fork"

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Old School Grand Master
A truly extraordinary machine and backstory.
The only thing I’d change is to fit grips to match the saddle....talking of which I believe you have the standard Electa, the Ti model has further debossing of the leather to denote it.
 

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I have seen those embossed ones. Mines definitely titanium ... well according to the magnet. They were made for a few years. Maybe they went with the embossing after the titanium craze really kicked in.

Brown grips are tricky to find. Tried a rubber pair I had, but it looked weird with the black controls. Ok from the side, but it annoyed me. I bought a set of brooks slenders as well, but the silver on the side, brown in the middle, and overall look didn't work for me either.
 
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