Heard the fan shrouds are basically nonexistent now a days, maybe we’ll jump on making some for the I5 and v8 applicationsThe H3 will decrease as a whole. The Pontiac Aztec is rare too, does it mean that it is worth $$$$? NOPE. The unicorn H3's will hold some value, H3T Alpha Adventure Luxury Championship Edition under 100k miles single owner from the South West no salt winter roads. Unfortunately parts are getting very hard to find, some are non-existent now. These are awesome 4x4s but unless you park it, you'll end up paying high $$ for parts. Just looking for Alpha parts to do a V8 swap is a PITA.
....Or it could be only the truly resourceful will own a Hummer. Keeping their Hummers running with whatever parts are available.
no way new truck 500.00 +per month for 8 years i will take that money and rebuild the hummer. plus with a warranty you cant touch it or you will void itI kind of agree with that comment. There was never much aftermarket support for the H3's compared to the Toyota FJ and XJ's. There is a whole Toyota and Jeep world (plus many yrs of parts interchangeability) which help incentivize aftermarket mfgrs to make aftermarket jeep parts. But then again, those H3's in great condition which do survive will probably have pretty good value. But they'll be 'blue birds'. The 'typical' beat-up and 'tired' H3's and the I-5's with bad or weak engines, probably won't have much value bc they'll be expensive to maintain. Most people don't really want to do 'real' work to keep their H3's running. It would make more sense to go buy a new Ford Bronco and write out a monthly check.