If you’ve ever been interested in a Hummer, you probably know they’re quite expensive. Due to their rarity and capability, "original" AM General Hummers are really desirable in the off-roader world — so they sell for big money. But if you want a Hummer on a budget, here’s your chance.
This is a 1983 Chevy pickup that’s been converted into a Hummer replica of sorts. It’s called the "Bummer," and apparently it’s a rebody kit that was offered for people who wanted to turn their old Chevy trucks into Hummer lookalikes. The result is actually surprisingly good, with a relatively similar look to a Hummer — not exact, but not so far off, for those who couldn’t afford the real thing.
Finished in red and boasting some impressive width — it has four-across seating both front and rear — the "Bummer" conversion boasts a soft top, removable doors, and what looks like a fun, capable design. It also features an automatic transmission and a Chevrolet 350 V8, which indicates good reliability and easy serviceability in the future. The odometer also only indicates 9,000 miles, though it’s hard to know if it was reset.
If you’re interested, this Hummer lookalike is offered by Antion Auto in Bountiful, Utah, for $13,495, which is a lot cheaper than the "real deal" Hummer — and it’d be a fun off-roader or toy for shoppers interested in a cool SUV nobody knows much about.
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