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    Re: Hummer H3T

    Back is too round, and otherwise just uninspired.

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    Re: Hummer H3T

    i agree with rex, the back should be upright to match the back of the cabin.

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    Re: Hummer H3T

    Rex, Can I use this as an entry to the Hummer-Time contest?
    If so can you move it there?
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    Re: Hummer H3T

    Just make a new post.

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    Re: Hummer H3T

    The pickup bed looks ugly and awkward, similar to the Colorado.

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    Re: Hummer H3T

    Quote Originally Posted by TAHOE LT
    The pickup bed looks ugly and awkward, similar to the Colorado.
    Since this is in the Reader's Talent section, I'd say that is the bed of the Colorado. And yes, it doesn't match.
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    Re: Hummer H3T

    It is the Colorado bed lol.
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    Re: Hummer H3T

    gotta slap that onto the longer wheelbase 355, ala spy shots.

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