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    A little Hummer love on Jalopnik

    David came through with his first article and it looks like he'll have a sequel too.

    https://jalopnik.com/its-time-for-am...mer-1834618101

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    Nice article. Can't wait to see the follow up.
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    Agreed, nice article. I really enjoyed reading the comments as well, especially the negative ones lol. I never knew an fuh2 site existed til now, wish it was still around so I could look for pics of my rig. It seems other peoples pic of my rig look better than my own, and I bet that'd still be true with a finger in front of it. Stupid people putting so much effort into expressing their hate/secret love for hummer...makes me laugh.
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    Great article!!!!

    The HX would have done well in today’s market.

    The Colorado ZR2 IS the H3T.

    I need to buy an H3T alpha before all you guys do and there’s none left
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    Really good article. The comments are the telling part of why Hummer as a brand died, though. You simply can't fix ignorance on such a massive scale.

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    If GM could've kept the brand going for another year or two we might've got the 3.6L as the base engine which seems to be the one powering the GM line-up now. I still like the comfort and size of my 3T. I think it had a lot of improvements over any of the C/C Gen1 trucks.

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    I'm famous! Or at least my H3 is. Maybe infamous? eh, it's cool to see my rig in an article either way.
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    Great article! Surprising it took GM that long to wake up and come up with the ZR2. No doubt in time the H3 & H3T will be recognized for how ahead of its time they were. I love having the V8 and also being able to fit 35's with just a torsion crank.

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    Any idea when Dave's follow up article will be out?
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    No, I haven't asked him but I will. Thinking it was pushed as a bunch of reader comments were asking why the sudden Hummer love.


 

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