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GM's HHR is a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy domestic sales picture, with the small crossover posting a 55 pecent sales increase in September. As part of a "great things in smaller packages" theme showing off GM's smaller cars as a combination of performance, style and fuel economy, the company commissioned several custom HHR's for SEMA. According to Mark LaNeve, GM vice president North AMerican Sales Service and Marketing, the GM Accessories operation has been integrated into the vehicle design process - helping owners of new Cobalts, HHTs, Pontiac G6s and HUMMER H3s to customize their rides "straight off the showroom floor." Nice to see factory support for people who want a little more out of their rides! More pics after the jump.

Chevy Truck HHR

[Chevy Truck HHR]

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[Chevy HHR built by Darkside]

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[Chevy HHR Concept]

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[Chevy Truck HHR Open Air]

Chevy HHR Tuner PanelChevy Truck HHR Open Air
[Chevy Truck HHR Open Air]

Chevy HHR built by Yearone
Chevy HHR built by Yearone
[Chevy HHR built by Yearone]

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[Chevy Truck HHR GMA Accessorized]

[Source: GM]

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