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Re: 4 Your Amusement..Quatto Comparo..sort of
Paul_Royal@idx.com related his buddy's enjoyment of driving a 1995 SLP Firebird
Firehawk in the snow with Goodrich ZR4's, concluding with:
P.Oh.Yeah: Regarding the intrepid rear wheel drive horsepower
addicts--they all die during the winter .
The last (and only) rear-wheel drive cars I have owned were my 1966
Turbo Corvair Corsa (69% rear weight bias) and a 1966 Chevy
Biscayne Wagon. Both could be driven at high speed in the snow so
long as snow tires were applied to all four wheels. (This was
before hydrophylic [sp] rubber was available.) I suggest the
buddy's ZR4s have more to do with his observed marginal stability
than does rear-wheel drive.
*** ...Kirby (Kirby A. Smith) ***
*** 2 X 1988 90q ***
*** Now on Yoko Guardex 600s ***