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Old 15 October 2005, 17:30   #1
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Old 15 October 2005, 18:20   #2
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The H2 is a pile of crap - now if you had said the H1 it MAY have made more sense!!!
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The H2 is a pile of crap - now if you had said the H1 it MAY have made more sense!!!
An expert in Hummers as well???
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A lot difference between H1 and H2 and H3 which are just Chevrolet babies with muscle look face, the H1 however is the tractor or shall I say Landie .

I wouldn´t like to owe the latter series even it will be given to me, have one of the beast myself.

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Bogi's right on this one...

By the way Bogi, why are Icelandic women so beautiful, while the blokes are ugly as sin?
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Bogi's right on this one...

By the way Bogi, why are Icelandic women so beautiful, while the blokes are ugly as sin?
Well I am sure there can be some nice looking chaps be found around here otherwise there wouldn´t be so many nice looking dames around.

Better keeping someone inside helmet

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An expert in Hummers as well???
YUP - bloke I knew was stupid enough to buy a H2 - now has a Caddilac Escalade - what a heap of junk!!! For that sort of money you could have a new Range Rover sport - no contest.

Then again he used to have a Warrior pickup with alloys that cost him £10,000 - studded with gems - he doesn't quite get the meaning of the word "TASTE".

By the way - has anyone ever noticed that Gypsies in this country NEVER buy Land Rovers? I have NEVER seen them in anything other than glitzy Jap 4x4s with lots of chrome on them - says a lot really!!!
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why would you want a r/r sport unless you're married to a footballer or peddle class a drugs?
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hummers do come in handy for some things...


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Im sure Codders is not an expert in Hummers, and neither am I but it you only have to read a few magazine reviews, which im sure are what formed codders's view.
The H2 is crap. Its American engineering, and while American cars are great in america where there aren't any corners, they cannot compete in the U.K. Very few american cars recieve good reports in the car magazines.
The RR sport does have a small image problem, the Hummer H2, hardly gives a good impression and at least the Rangey is a good car.
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