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5 years 35 weeks ago, 6:19 PM

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In fact I was in the very first class in the Marine Corp to get a licesed for the hummer.

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5 years 35 weeks ago, 6:22 PM

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What about GM?

When GM declares bankruptcy are they still going to be builing these or is Ford going to have to come up with something. Maybe B.H.O. will import something the Europeans use since he seems to thinj that they know it all over there. Mercedes UNIMOGs perhaps?

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5 years 35 weeks ago, 6:22 PM

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JUNK!

5 years 35 weeks ago, 6:25 PM

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hummers...way kool

always loved this truck except when they fuced it up to sell to the general public.. lov the exhust stacks..thanks

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5 years 35 weeks ago, 6:26 PM

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unimogs

our military engineering units use a unimog that has a 450 case loader on the front and the backhoe attachment on the rear.it is called a SEE-small emplacement excavator.

5 years 35 weeks ago, 6:31 PM

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exhaust stack

these trucks have the water fording kits on them that is why the extended exhaust and intake

3 years 34 weeks ago, 8:53 PM

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But I was told, or at least I understood a guy to tell me that the company that came up with them (American General?) still supplys the military Hummers. GM bought a license to produce them for the public. The late versions of the H2 and all of the H3's from what I understand are "Hummer" bodies on a Suburban frame. I have seen several of them and I wouldn't have an H2 or an H3. If I ever get one, I'll have to find an original H1 or military surplus, but I have also been told that you can't register Milsurp vehicles for the street any more, at least here in Texas. It would still be neat for a field truck though.

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3 years 34 weeks ago, 10:01 AM

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Field truck

Hell yeah that would be great.

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