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    Can you tell me about this frame

    Anything would be helpful

    Is it a mountain bike? Which model?

    Thank you

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    Vintage Cannondale has a serial number decoder, but that's a late 80's model, based solely on the rear drop outs and one inch fork.

    Beyond that, yes, it's an MTB.

    Model is modestly irrelevant as you are missing most of the parts, and those are what created the "model".

    They later made several frame levels but at that point, IIRC, it was still just one frame, with the varying parts kits hung on them, making the levels.
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

    - FrostyStruthers

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    Ha, interesting. A friend of mine found it in the attic... were they good bikes? Worth restoring?

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