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Old 05-14-2006, 09:32 AM   #1
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Old 05-14-2006, 10:08 AM   #2
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they only have produced 12000 whats the problem with the truck??? that was a all around bad rig..
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actually that sucks. the H1's were the only "real" hummers in my opinion. the H2's look like . nothing like a hummer at all. the H3's look like every other suv out there. they took something cool, and turned it into another hype name brand just to cash in on the yuppie market.

what next? .50 cal desert eagle mark 10...with built in mp3 player?


, why not just send our troops into battle wearing doc martins and ultra low light night vision goggle systems....by oakley?
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actually that sucks. the H1's were the only "real" hummers in my opinion. the H2's look like . nothing like a hummer at all. the H3's look like every other suv out there. they took something cool, and turned it into another hype name brand just to cash in on the yuppie market.

what next? .50 cal desert eagle mark 10...with built in mp3 player?


, why not just send our troops into battle wearing doc martins and ultra low light night vision goggle systems....by oakley?
i laugh at people that say this shut the **** up. the h2 looks waaay better. the h1 is to let all your dreams of joining the military come true. or gi joe dreams come to life. the h2 and h3 and made to be what they do look good on the street. what you think that sinc it's hummer it should be a truck with optional gun turet so you can play war with all you friends???
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i never liked the H1's.
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i never liked the H1's.
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I think they got it backwards. Leave the H1's for the fools that can afford to buy/maintain/put expensive fuel in a Humvee, and get ride of the H2 and it's little brother H3. The H1 is a purpose built machine that does a job most 4X4 vehicles could never do. The H2 is for the guy with the small that just want's to be able to say he drives a hummer.
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I think they got it backwards. Leave the H1's for the fools that can afford to buy/maintain/put expensive fuel in a Humvee, and get ride of the H2 and it's little brother H3. The H1 is a purpose built machine that does a job most 4X4 vehicles could never do. The H2 is for the guy with the small that just want's to be able to say he drives a hummer.
uhmm i would say that about the guy who says he actually needs a h1 don't be a dumbshit.
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optional gun turret would be tight...

...or better yet, option trailer-towed artillery cannon.

so if the h1 is for grown up boys who wanna have gi joe day dreams, what is the h2 for?

grown up silver spoon momma's boy brats who wanna day dream about gi-joe, except that day dream is too "tough" for them...the pansies want mp3 players, soft cushiony seats (so there little doesnt get sore), and onstar cause they are too retarded to operate a vehicle without 24 hour technical support.

why bother with a hummer in the first place if your a yuppie ***?

sorry but getting an h2 or an h3 is like thinking you want a sportbike and getting a scooter instead because you dont think your cool enough.
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see the mind set of the children that want this vehicle?
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Old 05-14-2006, 01:49 PM   #17
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I drove them, and they suck!!! IMO... H1, H2, H3 all go to nut suck ranch and have a ball.
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well, i thought they were pretty cool trucks, but i'd never buy one. and now that they won't be making anymore, the price for one will probably go up in the future.
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