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CyclesMakaron
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Left: D - "EMC man" returns, 2 - known, X - Columbus SLX/SPX tube designation
Right: known

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Left: no surprises except XB - SLX/SPX tubes, "century" geometry
Right: known

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Left: T - EMC man, 2 - frame size, CX - Criterium model designation
Right: no change

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Left: new is M; in this case it's the Strada model designation; note, this is a tricky designation - see "Glossary..."
Right: serial number

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Left: novelty is WW - the model designation for the Strada, came out in 1992
Right: no change

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Left: S - EMC man, 7 - frame size, TT - Columbus TSX, "road racing" geometry i.e. Corsa Extra TSX
Right: serial number

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Left: new is TTB i.e. Century TSX
Right: serial number

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Left:
Right: serial number and frame size
As you can see, the great EMC marking system has just died, precision and order are gone...
Of course this is only a joke - all the important information has been removed from the BB cover and moved to the Card - about that in Chapter 3

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Left: U06 570 50
Right: 16/100 L7030
This is an absolutely unusual designation for the 2006 built Corsa Extra 7-Eleven limited series
U06 570 - one serial number
L7030 - second serial number
50 - frame size
16/100 - 16th frame out of 100 built in this series

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The only marking is the frame size, there is not even a serial number....this is the frame from the 2008/2009 inventory after Eddy's divestiture - the end of EMC for me
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