I rode one when I first started commuting. I always assumed it was just an average X-mart mountain bike. It held up pretty well for about 7 months of being constantly pounded on so it couldn't have been that bad- especially when I made the front fork rigid and did away with the rear suspension. The addition of skinny slicks and better V-brakes completed the frankenstein transformation.
Mine had Shimano (very low end- just called "SIS") drive train parts. You could try to find a date code if you've got Shimano stuff on it and match that up at vintage-trek.
And mine was an "Isolator DS" in case you were curious. Not that it matters- there isn't ANY information on the internet about them. I also forgot to mention that mine was date coded as a '99.
Last edited by Kinetikx; 02-01-07 at 10:06 PM.