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    ali'i hua
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    older cannondales

    the white one is from the early 90s, and the yellow one is late 80s, I believe. its killer- manitou 2 on the front, 24 inch rear tire, rear brake on the bottom of the chainstays. so much fun. oh, and a shot of the cunningham desingns rollercams on the cast-iron fork.
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    not sure how to do multiple pics in this format yet.
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    fun. long- pull brakes ahead of their time!
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    Attach multiple images using the manage attachments tool and then submit. Since you have submitted the attachments they are now hosted by MTBR--they will appear as links in your post.

    Right clink on the links and get the properties to each (url under which mtbr has stored them).

    Now edit your post and use the insert picture icon--paste the urls in one at a time.

    Using that method will allow to see all the pics in one post. It is easy albeit a few more steps required than under the old passion board.

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    thanks for the insight!

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    Here's another "vintage" 'Cdale for ya.

    If interested, make an offer.
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    That 24 rear 'Dale is pretty cool.

    While we're on the subject, any one know of someone wanting to get rid of their EST?
    I'm sorta looking for one if it should fall in my lap.
    Like this or in Black/Green/Pink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    That 24 rear 'Dale is pretty cool.

    While we're on the subject, any one know of someone wanting to get rid of their EST?
    I'm sorta looking for one if it should fall in my lap.
    Like this or in Black/Green/Pink:
    jeez- a manitou 1 on an elevated chainstay full boinger? well, you've got me beat on "rare and unusual" great lookin ride/wall art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowSSer
    jeez- a manitou 1 on an elevated chainstay full boinger? well, you've got me beat on "rare and unusual" great lookin ride/wall art.
    I wish I could say it was mine...it's a nice resto job though.
    I had a buddy that had one when they first came out (running a soft ride stem and pepperoni fork)....they had more than a little 'side to side' flex.
    Very early 90's though.
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    Ca. 1990 3.0 (F500 I think) that I worked on for a friend last year. Still has all the original parts--full DX group

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    That 24 rear 'Dale is pretty cool.

    While we're on the subject, any one know of someone wanting to get rid of their EST?
    I'm sorta looking for one if it should fall in my lap.
    Like this or in Black/Green/Pink:
    I just picked one of these up a month ago. It has the pepperoni fork though. I also have the European model. Came with all Shimano drivetrain. The bike has the original tire with the nipples still on them. It had a few scratches, but in great shape. I also found an extra rear shock that has never been used if someone out there is looking for one. So far a pretty decent bike...I'm using it to commute. Definitely worth $100.00.

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