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    Just in case the original isn't big 'nuff for you! Build it on LWB GMT900, Duramax w/Allison and squish some treehugger's Prius!
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    OK, I'll be a little enviromentally sensitive. The H4!
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    The H4 is alright...but I don't like the GMT900 one.
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    Re: Hummer H2.7 (CHOP)

    Quote Originally Posted by Randiglio
    Just in case the original isn't big 'nuff for you! Build it on LWB GMT900, Duramax w/Allison and squish some treehugger's Prius!
    why would you squish some treehugers prius? respect him for not being selfish like you. We can all drive hummers, but some choose not to, because of their moral values.


    as for your designs, we dont need more hummers.

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    the H4 is pretty **************** sweet i would buy one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Burns
    why would you squish some treehugers prius? respect him for not being selfish like you. We can all drive hummers, but some choose not to, because of their moral values.


    as for your designs, we dont need more hummers.

    Uhhh..... being humorous?>>>>>
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    The H4 is kinda cool although I personally prefer the H3 with 4 doors.
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    You need to make the H4 with a removable top. I like the design other wise.
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    Re: Hummer H2.7 (CHOP)

    i really like the idea of a bigger H2 now that the H1 is almost gone. the H4 is pretty neat too.

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    Re: Hummer H2.7 (CHOP)

    PS that thing all you want, it will still look like a school bus to me
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    Re: Hummer H2.7 (CHOP)

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe67
    PS that thing all you want, it will still look like a school bus to me
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    Re: Hummer H2.7 (CHOP)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Burns
    why would you squish some treehugers prius? respect him for not being selfish like you. We can all drive hummers, but some choose not to, because of their moral values.


    as for your designs, we dont need more hummers.
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