Always liked Cannondales since my first ride on an MTB was on a 24" rear wheel Cannondale bike around '88/'89. Wanted but couldn't afford/justify the cost of a Super V when they first came out.
I now have, thanks to RetroBike, a Super V 1000SL that had the original cast rear arm and a Headshok fork.
I have upgraded it to a Jekyll CAAD4 rear arm, original cast arm had cracked, and a 100mm Titanium Lefty.
There are changes from the original components that I built it with in pics.
Brakes are M4s with Mini levers with 205mm/185mm discs.
Rear wheel changed from self-built Hope-hubbed to a WTB hubbed wheel.
Cranks changed from XT to Middleburn RS7s.
And proper boot on fork that's narrow at bottom to avoid being cut with bigger disc.
The barends with risers are for my personal comfort, couldn't give an eff if they look naff according to the cool people.
Apologies if I've clogged up thread with loads of pics.