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    Mystery Cannondale frame

    I got this frame from my uncle. I have searched Cannondale's "Vintage site" with no luck. I was hoping someone could help shed some light on this for me.

    -the head sticker says this bike came from the 2000-2006 era.
    -the "cannondale" sticker is vertical... never seen that before
    -there no serial number underneath the bottom bracket part of the frame
    -it has vertical drop out.
    -aluminum frame
    -fits 700 wheels, with a cantilever rear brake setup.

    can anyone tell me anything about this frame>? year name etc.
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    o! steer tube is one inch threadless and the paint scheme seems like the models in 2000

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    Saeco is an old European racing team so would not mind betting that this is just a special paint job on a standard model of the era when Saeco were racing.
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    Cool, a CAAD4* 'cross bike!

    *Was it the -4 that had those extended dropouts?

    The cantilever studs are, of course, for cantilever brakes (unless they're for V-brakes), the two cable runs under the downtube are more commonly associated with road shifter/derailleur setups, and the rear brake cable on top of the top tube -- instead of underneath -- means that it's meant to be carried on the shoulder.

    ... Well, that's my guess, anyway. Maybe the lack of SN# means it's a team or prototype bike.

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