It's a 1998 Marin Team Issue, made by TST of Pasco, Washington. I think TST used to be Sandvik? Or maybe Sandvik made the tubes that TST used to make the frame? Honestly some days the Internet just makes things worse.
Let's just check it out;
We've got the XTR/XT 10 speed drivetrain I bought for the Astrix Solo, with the RaceFace Turbine cranks. The fork is a Marzocchi Z.2 Atom Bomb that I got from the guy that sold the frame. And it's definitely a polished silver theme with the RaceFace stem and ATAK hubs.
Composite highlights include the SRAM 9.0 brake levers, Easton MonkeyLite bars, and EC90 seatpost. This post is... interesting. You can really feel it flexing, which is a little disconcerting. Oh, I've got plastic SCUDGOOD pedals on there too.
As I mentioned, with the 400mm post, and a 110mm stem, I'm perfectly comfy on this medium frame. If I had the correct large size, I could get a bit more creative with stem length if I wanted. But it's a good look this way, so I'm happy.