• Jan 25th 2008 at 2:58PM
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Photo courtesy of Pickuptruck.com editor Mike Levine.

Though the production version of the HUMMER H3T four-door pickup is not supposed to be seen before it debuts in a couple weeks at the 2008 Chicago Auto Show, images of the baby HUMMER truck have appeared early in the latest issue of Truck Trend magazine that's apparently on some newsstands and in some mailboxes already. That's because scans of the pics have hit the interweb, giving us an early and unofficial look at the truck.

Captions reveal that the HUMMER H3T will be available with a large number of dealer-installed accessories, including hardware for tying down your ten-speed or securing your (small) motorcycle and storage toolboxes, while GM's familiar bedrail system will be standard. There are reportedly storage bins built into the walls of the bed's plastic liner, and while they're no Ram Box, should be big enough to hold small items like tools and gloves.

We'll have to wait until we arrive in Chicago to tell you more, but we weren't even supposed to know this much, so it's all gravy, baby.

[Source: hummerguy.net]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      this truck will make people think I have a big pee-pee.
        • 7 Years Ago
        I don't own or want this truck, and I have been told many times that I have a big pee pee? Any thoughts? Think if I buy one it'll make mine even bigger? you think?

        People are such friggin' idiots.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Neat, I will probably ditch my H2 SUV for an H2 SUT this year, but will consider that when it comes out, loved my H3 except that it was underpowered as I had the I5 engine.

      As for comments realting to gas guzzling, penis size, etc., I always get a giggle from them, thanks! I own 3 vehicles, 2 jet skis and a Harley and enjoy them all. Think I might get a Dodge Challenger too and build that up to a 8 mpg car.

      Penis size = average, wife seems to like it. Gas mileage = I work at home and do not really drive it much, but I get about 12.5 MPG. Of course, it must suck driving a car and having people laugh at, or ignore you while they stare at the Hummers. I appreciate your hidden jealousy sadly translated into name calling that went out in about kindergarten :) Try some facts, your an adult now.
      • 7 Years Ago
      It's not that much more efficient. Give the I5 the boot and throw in the 2.0DI turbo (which is just as powerful) and then we're talking efficiency.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Just put variable intake valve timing and a 6 speed automatic (6L50) and the truck will move just fine. (250hp, 250ft-lbs)

        But GM will hold off on modernizing the powertrain until the '10 modely year.
      • 7 Years Ago
      If the base price-point is similar to the H3, this isn't bad. It might even make good vehicle (stripped out) for the Park Service and Border Patrol. I think this'd be sweet with a utility bed.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Looks like a Chevy Colorado on performance enhancers...*teehee*
      • 7 Years Ago
      Hrmm... I've seen this truck before! Ah yes:
      http://www.jeep-comanche.com/jeep-comanche-pictures.asp
      • 7 Years Ago
      Meh!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Damn Hummerguy.net must've beat me to it. I saw this Magazine at Borders today and e-mailed it in, but sadly I have no scanner.

      I like it a lot. I'd be more interested in a two door but I think this is really neat.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Just buy one of the Chevy pickups and be done with it.
      • 7 Years Ago
      this isn't exactly groundbreaking news. what else would a H3 SUT look like? The only thing that surprises me is the big truck bed.

      Overall, I like it.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I dig it!
      • 7 Years Ago
      I'm surprised it has a usable bed, a definite plus. It also looks much better than I thought it would with four doors. I still think they should make a two-door version like the H3T concept for the ultimate win.
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