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I love watching an expert talk about anything, even if it's something I know nothing about. In this case, I don't know Fords at all, but I know cars just enough to know the appraiser has every detail committed to memory.
It was always in name only.GM to brink back the Hummer...............................in name only
True for the H2 & H3, the H1 was the benchmark of that era, everything else that followed was less manly.It was always in name only.
I really really wanted GM to make the Hummer HX concept. That was a seriously cool vehicle and had a lot of the features that makes Jeeps desirable such as removable doors, roof, etc. If you can't wait there is a company that does custom conversions and will make a Hummer HX from a donor Hummer H2. It's called the H2X. There's a number of videos online of the conversion. I know one person who bought one, but I never saw it in person. I've always had a soft spot for Hummer, especially since I've owned 3 of them and for a few years I had all 3 at once, an H1 wagon, and H2 SUV and an H3T, definitely a unicorn car and 10 years before the Jeep Gladiator. They were all fun.GM to bring back the Hummer...............................in name only