It’s easy to forget just how far quads have come in a short period of time. While we’ve grown accustomed to helpful hardware with big suspension, excellent four-wheel-drive systems, and locking differentials, there was a time when ATVs were little more than a lawn mower engine and a chain drive. Back in the early ‘80s, Honcho made waves by introducing the first commercially available four-wheel-drive ATV. The quirky machine used chain-driven axles front and rear, and, thanks to its massive tires, was capable of floating on open water. Let’s see your Sportsman do that.