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This is a discussion on STI vs 135i? within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by DTR rex I didn't live during the 70's so I can't make an accurate assessment of that ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DTR rex View Post
    I didn't live during the 70's so I can't make an accurate assessment of that claim. So until I can talk to a few older people, I digress.
    I'm entering my 5th decade of life. I personally spent many a time breaking a sweat at the back bumper of a '71 Ford Torino, a '75 Ford Thunderbird, and an '80 Mustang pushing like mad, trying to get them moving while my dad did the old rocking maneuver to get unstuck.

    Remember, that was before limited slip differentials were readily available in RWD cars. It was also before Blizzaks were around. Not every car even had radial tires! It was open differential, bias-ply, hard rubber tires. Winters were difficult. People didn't get around in snowstorms as easily as we do now. People got stuck at home a lot. You just stayed inside.

    Finally in '83 we got a Ford Bronco 4wd and it was epiphany.
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