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Ahh Buzz words of the 90s

Japanese, V6, ABS, FWD. That <strike>decayed</strike> state of the art criteria soldeth many a automobile.
What is funny about that is I toured a Duesenberg plant in Auburn, Indiana and saw the coolest cars you could imagine from the early 1900s to the 1950s. They had FI (fuel injection and forced induction), ABS, FWD, 4WD, 8, 10, & 12 cylinder engines and all kinds of inventions that you would never imagine existed in 1920!

This place had by far the coolest collection of automobiles I have EVER SEEN.....
 

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It was around before that even, like Rick mentioned, almost every automotive concept was.

Most famous pre war FWD cars were the Cords(which, FWD or not, were awesome)
 

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Fail Wheel Drive existed in the 1920s?! No way!
Of couse it did! It's actually been around since the 1700's ... just didn't have a motor yet.

 

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