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2009 Hummer H3T Alpha, Part Three

Why you should buy this car:
You've always wanted a Hummer but have thus far been put off by their lack of practicality. You want a pickup bed, but not a pickup. You find tribal tattoos strangely appealing.

Why you shouldn't:
Your ultimate goal is turning it into a lowrider. You've got a set of 35" dubs sitting…

2009 Hummer H3T Alpha, Part Two

Exterior Design: **
Let's face it, it's a Hummer H3, and that means boxy and kinda cute like a GI Joe toy. The grille on the hood has no function, nor do the air breathers by the windshield. But, with 10.2" of ground clearance and huge knobbly tires, it does carry a certain air of purpose about it.

Interior Design:

2009 Hummer H3T Alpha, Part One

The H3T Alpha, despite sharing DNA with the S-10, is more than a spruced up mid-size truck. The five-foot bed is separate from the cab (unlike an Avalanche or H2) and can accommodate a load up to a 1/2 ton, so that means a pair of dirtbikes are no problem with the tailgate down. Most important, though, are the…

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Hummer H3T Crew Cab

As spy photographers were flash-cooked in the Death Valley, California sun, test engineers rolled by in the Hummer H3T, a crew-cab pickup spies say will be the next resident of Hummerworld. The short-bed pickup will remind many of the 2004 Hummer H3T Concept, a stepside-style play that telegraphed Hummer's…