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  • #16
    Originally posted by LoTGoD
    I actually kind of like Hummers. I like to see them at the mall. I like to see them in the shop up on the lift. I like to see them broken down on the side of the road. I especially like to see them at the gas station costing $75.00 to fill up.

    *lol*
    when I have to go to the gas station with my 8x8 the oil company always greets me with a red carpet, I have to put 140 gallons in that thing! even the 4x4 still takes 60 gallons...

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    • #17
      Toralf, the oil company just does not roll out the red carpet for you, they bloody worship you!

      Rockhound
      Last edited by Rockhound; 07-26-2005, 09:49 AM.

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      • #18
        yeah, I know, and I have to come back every 300-600 miles, depending on where I go and how hard I wheel... That's one of the reasons why I am not taking the 8x8 out too often...

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        • #19
          LotGod i 100% agree with that !

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          • #20
            Hm, I think I should ask for some percentage off every time I fill the tank of the 8x8, that really suck... ok, that thing runs on everything that is at least close to fuel, but still, it needs something to burn...

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Stuck Again
              Why isn't this in just jokes? Thats all h2's really are..
              I think a bone stock CJ would perform much better and IF I ever wanted a Suburban...I'd buy one, not an over priced P.O.S. with a face lift.

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              • #22
                LotGod if you like seeing all those different kinds of H2's you should come to South Bend... There are so many here it makes me sick. AM General's HMMWV/H1/H2 plant is actually right across the street from my high school, so all I see all day while I'm paying attention in class (a.k.a. staring out the window) are trucks full of H2's going out to dealerships all over America. Poor buyers. I've actually seen more H2's than YJs and TJs around here recently, so I figured they should get their own wave too. Jeeps get the wave, Hummers get the finger

                Local Hummer plant + Lots of rich folks = Trouble

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                • #23
                  over here, hummers of all kinds are still rare and a head turner but I still don't want one in my driveway. my CJ might be older but I go for that and still turn heads... and it's a JEEP !!!

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by dmcgee06
                    LotGod if you like seeing all those different kinds of H2's you should come to South Bend... There are so many here it makes me sick. AM General's HMMWV/H1/H2 plant is actually right across the street from my high school, so all I see all day while I'm paying attention in class (a.k.a. staring out the window) are trucks full of H2's going out to dealerships all over America. Poor buyers. I've actually seen more H2's than YJs and TJs around here recently, so I figured they should get their own wave too. Jeeps get the wave, Hummers get the finger

                    Local Hummer plant + Lots of rich folks = Trouble
                    Take a road trip to Toledo Ohio and drive around and check out all the Jeeps, drive by the old and new Jeep plants and you'll forget all about those H2's!!!!!

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                    • #25
                      I fully agree to that! Toledo is just the place to go! Have been to the old factory and had a tour through the plant (well, not officially but if you knew some people...)...

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Toralf
                        I fully agree to that! Toledo is just the place to go! Have been to the old factory and had a tour through the plant (well, not officially but if you knew some people...)...
                        Thats awsome!! I've driven by the old and new plants hundreds of times!(I grew up in the toledo area) but I have never been in either!! Although i guess that could be partly because I didn't get my Jeep till a month before I moved to PA!

                        I loved driving by the old plant and seeing that Wrangler on the roof, too bad they didn't put a XJ up there!!

                        I still want to know where I can get one of the exit signs for: Jeep Parkway / Willys Parkway
                        That would look really nice in my living room!!

                        Oh ya, I hate h2's as well!!

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by RalphXJ
                          Thats awsome!! I've driven by the old and new plants hundreds of times!(I grew up in the toledo area) but I have never been in either!! Although i guess that could be partly because I didn't get my Jeep till a month before I moved to PA!

                          I loved driving by the old plant and seeing that Wrangler on the roof, too bad they didn't put a XJ up there!!

                          I still want to know where I can get one of the exit signs for: Jeep Parkway / Willys Parkway
                          That would look really nice in my living room!!

                          Oh ya, I hate h2's as well!!

                          I have one of the black&white Willys Parkway roadsigns at home, got it from a friend. He owns the Willysoverland.com store in Toledo... it always good to know some people ;o) it's not the exit sign but still pretty cool
                          Just ask those guys there if they still have the signs...

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                          • #28
                            yall remember now the H2 was only made to do the extream offroading in the mall parking lot ya know those speed bumps are hard core !

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                            • #29
                              Yeah, you're right, imagine those speed bumps on a rainy day, what would you do without an H2??? just drive over it and help the H2 ;o)

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                              • #30
                                Oh God.... I knew the day would come....

                                The new H3 All-Terrain Minivan has invaded my once-safe and pure neighborhood. No surprise as to who bought it either - a divorced woman with 3 kids who got her husband's money.

                                Everyone, our time has come. Man your Jeeps and have your shotguns loaded.

                                http://www.blackvelvetrock.com/other/h3.jpg
                                Last edited by dmcgee06; 07-28-2005, 04:46 PM.

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