Overall, this bike is in decent cosmetic condition. There are small nicks and scratches in the paint, but nothing out of the peculiar considering the bike’s age. It could use a light clean and tune-up but it’s rideable as is. The frame is very stiff, and the short wheelbase makes for responsive handling. Last time I weighed it, I imagine it was around 19.5 pounds. The majority of the components on this bike are original. Anything with an asterisk next to it’ll be explained to the best of my knowledge under the components list. Frame: 2000 Specialized S-Works M4 Road, 59cmFork: Specialized carbon fork (stock, I imagine)Headset: Chris King NoThreadSetCrankset: UltegraBottom Bracket: UltegraChainring: Ultegra 52/39Cog: Ultegra 9-speedShifters: Dura-Ace Flightdeck *Derailleurs: Dura-AceHandlebars: 3T Forma SL Ergopower DropsStem: Ritchey CompSaddle: Fizik Gobi M5 **Seatpost: FSA Energy ***Brakes: Dura-AceFront Wheel: Ultegra hub to Mavic Open Pro SUPRear Wheel: Ultegra hub to H+Son Archetype (Custom build) ****Tires: Bontrager Race Lites *The Dura-Ace 9-speed rear shifter does not work. The rear derailleur is in good shape on the other hand, and I have a new Shimano 105 10-speed rear shifter that is compatible with the existing components, even though there will be an extra shifting spot since it’s a 10-speed shifter. This may also be easily installed by a mechanic. I’ll include the shifter at no extra charge. **I added the Fizik Gobi M5 saddle a couple of months ago, it’s in excellent condition. ***Not sure when the FSA seatpost was added, but it’s fairly light and in good shape. ****The original rear wheel would not stay true, and as a result of the tight clearances on this bike, the wheel was rubbing the seat stays. I had a new rear wheel custom build at Swerve Bike Shop in Oberlin, Ohio. It’s a beautiful wheel, and it has under 100 miles on it. Additional info:-Slight sharktoothing on the big chainring, still totally rideable-Two bottle mounts (no cages)-Crank Bros. Eggbeater pedals included I would imagine shipping this bike at my discretion, or possibly driving to meet a buyer halfway. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions. Thanks for looking.