A custom 2003 Hummer H2 pickup with lifted suspension, dated flame vinyl decals and unusually low mileage has been listed for sale via online auction site Cars and Bids.
As many readers of this site will know, General Motors offered the Hummer H2 in pickup form, calling the truck variant of the gargantuan SUV the SUT. This isn’t a Hummer H2 SUT, however, but rather a custom-built pickup completed by a company called Ultra Limo in Woodland, California. This odd creation has a longer section than a factory Hummer H2 SUT at 5.5 feet, which gives it better proportions and a more usable bed area. The H2’s ladder frame was also modified to accommodate the lengthened bed section.
Exact suspension specifications are not included in the auction listing, but this Hummer truck also appears to have long-travel off-road suspension, along with aftermarket chrome wheels wrapped in worn off-road tires. Other custom add-ons include flame vinyl decals, billet flame door handles, chrome taillight covers, roof cross rails and roof-mounted LED lights. Inside, the truck features reupholstered flame pattern seats, a red-painted dashboard, an early 2000s-era display screen audio deck and billet flame metal pedals. Under the hood is a stock 6.0L Vortec V8 engine, although there does appear to be a custom performance exhaust present.
This custom 2003 Hummer H2 is being sold by a dealership in San Juan Capistrano called Core Automotive and is offered with a clean California title. It also has just 20,500 miles on the odometer, so it has been driven very sparingly since it left the AM General factory in Mishawaka, Indiana almost 20 years ago. Bidding sits at $12,000 as of this writing after seven total bids and four days left before the virtual gavel falls.
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