In 1981 SunTour introduced a 14 to 38 toothed five speed freewheel and called it the AG for ‘Alpine Gear’. It was designed to allow you to get stump-pullingly low gears on a ten speed set up. I think 38 teeth remains, to this day, the largest rear cog to be commercially available. To handle this monster SunTour produced a succession of ‘AG’ derailleurs, which were huge, crude, rock crushers loosely derivative of the SunTour seven - with a scaled up, aluminium, rear knuckle from the V series, and a scaled up, steel, front knuckle from the Honor. The whole AG system was vaguely clunky - too big, too heavy, too ugly and with too large a difference between the ratios, but it had a devoted band of followers who wanted that ultimate low gear experience.
This example is the AG Tech GTL, with SunTour’s extra long, third generation, double pivot ‘Tech’ pulley cage grafted onto the AG parallelogram.
As E.F. Schumacher might have said, smaller would have been more beautiful.