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The early and middle 1960s brought some of the most iconic four-wheel-drive sport utilities known to history. Not that we knew they were icons at the time. Nor did we know the name “sport utility” just yet, but the market was definitely broadening past bare-bones utility rigs. As people had more disposable income for outdoor
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