In the world of cars that really cause a scene, this 2003 Hummer H2 might just be the all-time champion. Not only is it a Hummer H2, which is so massive it has no choice but to cause a scene, but this one is bright pink. Yes, the entire body is pink, and I don’t think it’s an accident: It’s noted to have a "custom pink metallic paint job" with pink accents on the wheels. That would be all the wheels, including the spare. See the 2003 Hummer H2 models for sale near you
And things don’t stop there. If a bright pink Hummer doesn’t turn enough heads, check out the doors: They’ve been modified so they no longer open like normal doors but rather like gullwing doors, in the style of the Mercedes 300SL or the Tesla Model X. Unlike the Model X, though, this is both the front and the back doors: They open upwards, providing shade when you climb inside. No word on how well they’re sealed.
Interestingly, the interior isn’t anywhere near as showy as the exterior: Despite the pink color, and the pink wheels, and the gullwing doors, the interior looks like a standard Hummer H2 interior save for a bright pink center control stack — a small reminder of how the world sees you as you drive this H2 down the street.
Not surprisingly, this H2 has lived an interesting life. According to Carfax, it was originally sold into the Wichita, Kansas, area, where it went through several initial owners — and early Carfax events describe its color as both blue and purple. Its most recent owner was in the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel, where it was inexplicably repossessed just a few weeks after purchase. And now it can be yours, as it’s offered for $21,995 by TeamRay Motorsports in small Bellevue, Ohio. Find a 2003 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.