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Autotrader Find: 700-Horsepower Hummer H2 (With Crazy Colors)

In terms of my Autotrader Find vehicles, this is a rather unusual specimen. It’s a 2003 Hummer H2, which is already verging on interesting, except this Hummer H2 has a Kenne Bell supercharger — and the total output of this engine is a claimed 700 horsepower. This is a Hummer H2 with 700 hp.

And it gets better. Not only does this H2 have 700 hp, but it also has one of the most bizarre and unusual color schemes of any vehicle I’ve seen in a while — and certainly of any H2 I’ve seen ever. It’s painted bright yellow with blue flame decals down the side, separating the top and bottom half into yellow and orange. The interior is even crazier, with orange and yellow seats, front and back.

Surprisingly, this H2 has a one-owner Carfax report; it was purchased at Greenwood Hummer in September 2003 and owned by the same person until it was first offered for sale last month. At present, it’s covered just 49,500 miles, and it’s offered for sale by Bonnell’s Auto Sales in snowy Erie, Pennsylvania for $38,995. Surprisingly, that price isn’t especially high given the low miles — even without the supercharger — though anyone interested will have to get accustomed to the unusual colors. Find a HUMMER H2 for sale

Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.

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