In America, it was a competatively priced underpowered sports car untill 1988 when they finally introduced an AWD 200hp Turbo Charged engine in America. Sound familiar, doesn't it? That is right, those cars like the WRX's and STI's of today were being produced by toyota more than 10 years ago. In 1990 the body switched, and, these cars were very exclusively produced and only made so toyota could continue in their rally history. Toyota later discontinued these genius car designs in 1993, and restricted the sales only to Japan, and parts of Europe. The Celica All-Trac, or GT4 died in the US.
person 1 : It's a Celica..
person 2 : Cheapo FWD 130 hp?
Person 1 : Celica All-Trac.
person 2 : Oh shit.
A basketball team who was good in the late 70s and early 80s, was mediocre for about a decade, then started getting good again in the 90s. In the mid 90s, all-stars Shawn Kemp, Gary Payton, and Detlef Schrempf led them to be the best team in the west, and finally to a finals run in which they lost to the bulls (who were 70-12) 4-2 in an exciting series. After which, Shawn Kemp got fat, did cocaine and had 30 kids, and Detlef Schrempf got traded, yet the Sonics remained a playoff team. Soon the Sonics will work their way back to where they were and win an NBA Championship.