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Here's How You Service And Repair An Original Hummer

When you own an original Hummer, you get a lot of questions. Why is it so big? Why do you need a vehicle like this? Do you have any regard for the environment? Are you a complete idiot? Well today, you’re in for a treat, because I’ve decided to ignore all of these pressing issues and instead tell you how I get my… » 8/19/15 2:23pm 8/19/15 2:23pm

Dennis Rodman's Boobalicious H1 Hummer Is 7154 Pounds Of Pure Nonsense

After buying the wrong Ferrari , it turns out Doug DeMuro managed to purchase the wrong Hummer H1 . If he’d have just waited a few weeks he could have bought this exceedingly awful and mural-infested H1 owned by the exceedingly awful and mural-infested Dennis Rodman. » 4/15/15 10:27am 4/15/15 10:27am

Changfeng Gives Up On Getting Hummer From GM

China Car Times » 8/22/08 10:40am 8/22/08 10:40am offers more details on our earlier report that no company seems to want a Hummer from GM, giving us the low-down on insider reasons why Changfeng's in denial. The Chinese automaker was apparently interested enough — and GM open enough — to visit the Hummer production facilities, but subsequently…

Report: GM Caught Not Soliciting Hummer Offers

A new report in the Detroit News » 8/21/08 10:20am 8/21/08 10:20am states that, while the automaker has received a number of inquiries about the brand, General Motors has neither solicited offers for Hummer nor engaged in discussions with potential buyers. GM is trying to downplay of interest in Hummer by Russian businessman (now by Deripaska), and…

GM In Talks To Buy Out Hummer Dealerships

Automotive News reports that General Motors is bribing incentivizing moribund Hummer dealers by prepaying them second- and third-quarter bonuses based upon 2007 sales. The company is also reportedly talking to many dealer principals behind-the-scenes about buyout options, attempting to smooth the transition to a brand… » 7/28/08 10:20am 7/28/08 10:20am

More Evidence Points To Hummer Sale; Russians, Chinese Interested?

More evidence is emerging that GM is moving quickly to solve its Hummer problem. The Detroit Free Press reports today on John Voss, a Dayton-area dealer who purchased a Hummer franchise in April, who says that GM offered to refund his money. "They have three choices and they said they want to make this decision very… » 6/19/08 12:15pm 6/19/08 12:15pm

Humvee-Based Coggiola T-REX Makes Escalades Tremble

Tired of all those Escalade, Cayenne, and H2 drivers looking down on you from their suburban luxo-ute towers? Well, we've just the vehicle for you to one-up them with. This Hummer H1-based monstrosity is called the Coggiola T-REX. Standing over 7-feet tall and nearly 18-feet long, it is absolutely massive. And what's… » 4/24/08 11:20am 4/24/08 11:20am