In my '91 Porsche 911 (RWD), it's fairly easy to do burnouts and powerslides, especially in the wet. (I know it's childish and all, but I still think it's quite fun, so the occasional powerslide when no one is around is to be expected.)
It has a rear engine, rear gearbox, rear wheel drive, and no leaf springs. It's very cold here now (~5°C) and the tires are old and bad.
Recently, when the wheels start to let go, the rear wheels start bouncing in a way that they're not supposed to.
The car is rather old (25 years). I guess that time, abuse, etc. has worn something. But what?
Shocks, springs, bushings, engine mounts, diff or what would you think?
Not quite as bad as this, but it will give you an idea.