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Autotrader Find: 2006 Chevy HHR With Scissor Doors

For those of you interested in a Chevy HHR that stands out from the pack, there’s good news: You can stop your search right now. That’s because I’ve found the most outrageously crazy HHR in the world: a bright blue one. With wood paneling. And giant chrome wheels. And scissor doors.

This 2006 Chevy HHR LT is offered for sale by Carolina Auto Direct in Mooresville, North Carolina, near Charlotte, with an asking price of $13,927. That may seem high for an HHR, but this isn’t just any HHR: This is an HHR that will make everyone turn their heads when you pull up. It’s an HHR with Lamborghini doors. And 20-inch rims. And wood paneling.

Let’s start from the start. As many of you know, the Chevy HHR was an attempt by Chevrolet to capitalize on the success of the Chrysler PT Cruiser — to the point where Chevy actually hired the same designer in the hopes lightning would strike twice. By the time the HHR went on sale, the PT Cruiser fad was dying — even though, by all accounts, the HHR was a better vehicle.

And this is the best HHR of them all. No, it hasn’t been modified at all under the hood — meaning it still uses the same 4-cylinder used by most HHR models (and no, it’s not a supercharged one). But this HHR is all about turning heads, and it surely does that: In addition to everything I’ve mentioned so far, this HHR also includes a remote starter, a custom leather interior, aftermarket amps and subwoofers, and an aftermarket exhaust. If you want an HHR, why not take it to the max? Find a Chevrolet HHR for sale

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