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Chris_Doane

Spied: '09 Hummer H3T

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I would think an extended cab would be nice over a crew cab... not so long but with a full bed. Much like those old jeep trucks, which are kinda cool...

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Doesn't hold a candle to the concept H3t. Way too long and stupid.

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It looks REALLY LONNNNNG.

But it also looks good. Should prove to be rather nice. I do wonder if the Midgate will be possible/optional on this. It could prove a good selling point.

Have you heard anything about that Chris?

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I've seen it around in person, its a serious grafting job and most likely won't look like that if and when it comes to production.

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Woo-hoo... a four door trucklet with a useless box...

Correct. The H3 is already a slow, overweight, 'look at me' joke. My in-laws have one now. Drove it. So slow it is dangerous. This just magnifies the uselessness. It confirms the adage: " you can put a candle in a cow pie, but it doesn't make it a birthday cake".

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Correct. The H3 is already a slow, overweight, 'look at me' joke. My in-laws have one now. Drove it. So slow it is dangerous. This just magnifies the uselessness. It confirms the adage: " you can put a candle in a cow pie, but it doesn't make it a birthday cake".

Never heard the adage but I will remember it. :thumbsup:

Now lets consider taking the H3 into the element it was designed and engineered for: Offroad. Drive one in really rugged terrain and tell me it is a joke.

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