Just finished this:
Eddy Merckx MX Leader, limited edition 2004 re-issue (number 77 of 100).
Not 'period correct' in terms of being a true Motorola replica, but then the catalogue pic of the re-issue shows it with Campag Chorus, a carbon Campag post and a black Deda stem so... (although my LBS did almost get made a ridiculous offer for his box-fresh, NOS, 25th anni Dura-Ace 7700 groupset!)
Build kit is:
2010 'NOS' (if that still counts for something relatively new?!) Athena Ultra Torque cranks
Current Athena for the rest of the group (most of which has been de-logo'd)
NOS Chorus Titanium seatpost
Brooks Cambium saddle (San Marco Rolls Ti in white incoming)
Chris King 1" headset (the 2004 re-issue doesn't have a threaded fork)
Cinelli Grammo Ti ahead stem
Soma Hwy One bars
NOS Mavic Reflex Ceramic tubular rims laced to White Industries T11 hubs in silver
Weight is circa 10kg, ride is incredible
In all honesty it's actually a bit long and low for me, but it's manageable. I also have a NOS Cinelli Alter stem (quirky looking, but I love the design) and Cinelli 64 bars coming to try - I think the angle of the Alter will allow me to run the bars a bit higher, as long as it suits the bike.
Longer term if neither of the 1" setups work I have an adaptor to run a 1 1/8th stem - there's already a Ritchey Classic and spare 31.8mm bars waiting in the wings.