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: Bling, bling ?


SaabKen
17-10-08, 04:40 PM
Nope. More like "creak, creak" :o

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2008/10/art_hummer_450.jpg

http://www.autoblog.com/2008/10/16/hummer-with-wooden-wheels-called-art/
(http://www.autoblog.com/2008/10/16/hummer-with-wooden-wheels-called-art/)

lancelot8602
17-10-08, 04:41 PM
This cant be real. lol...at least the road clearance it good.

Andyaero
17-10-08, 04:45 PM
even the Amish have to move with the times

Cuba
17-10-08, 04:53 PM
Wooden handle very well.

Saabohème
17-10-08, 04:58 PM
Wooden handle very well.No sidewall deflection or flex to speak of. However, when tires like these fail, they fail spectacularly.

macustoms
17-10-08, 04:58 PM
Its amazing what people will do for the love of art, personally i think its a huge waste!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wulf
17-10-08, 05:12 PM
So he has a Euro plate on a Hummer. Big deal...

Mattlach
17-10-08, 05:24 PM
But the beauty of the horse drawn carriages with wheels like these were that they did not depend on traction from those wheels to propel the vehicle.

They also weighed a whole lot less, and traveled at MUCH slower speeds.

I certainly hope no one drives that thing on public roads. Its an accident waiting to happen!

colosaab93
17-10-08, 05:27 PM
I want THOSE wheels! Lookit those tires too! I bet those are Z-rated radials!! :o

SaabKen
17-10-08, 06:28 PM
Its amazing what people will do for the love of art, personally i think its a huge waste!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Actually the wheels themselves are artistic. It's the HUMMER brand and concept that's a huge waste ! :cheesy:

colosaab93
17-10-08, 06:41 PM
Actually the wheels themselves are artistic. It's the HUMMER brand and concept that's a huge waste ! :cheesy:

Which is why GM is "reviewing" the brand ... which means bye bye consumer Hummer's. A pity too, I just loved seeing the underside of those cars on the highway, or watching some dumb a**hole try to park one in a tiny parking lot ...
http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d84/hellykwee/UK/hummer2.jpg

SaabKen
17-10-08, 06:51 PM
http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d84/hellykwee/UK/hummer2.jpg

LOL. I think in this case the word "compact" is acting as more of a verb, as in: "The Hummer H2 will compact whatever was parked there originally" :o:cheesy:

900t
17-10-08, 08:27 PM
Admittedly that space is really rather large, there is plenty of room for the Hummer... In Montreal you would never have this, instead you would park a Toyota Echo hatchback and you would have to get out from the hatchback not the doors :lol:

those lines under the tires, those aren't travel lanes of a "street" right? :lol:

MaseratiMike
17-10-08, 10:29 PM
Yea Yea Boi! I Gots My Whip Ridin On 30's! 12 Spoke White Oak Son! Thats How I Roll! Holla At Cha Boi

Mag-X
17-10-08, 10:59 PM
Haha. That is hilarious.
For those who didn't RTFA, it's not meant to be driven. It's an art project.

DavidMorgan
17-10-08, 11:01 PM
So he has a Euro plate on a Hummer. Big deal...
The car behind does as well ... maybe it is in Europe :o the plates look UK :roll:

And the tyres come in different colours: http://di1.shopping.com/images/pi/d4/b2/bf/36899140-177x150-0-0.jpg (http://www.largerubberbands.net/shop/details.html?item=36899140#)

Wulf
17-10-08, 11:09 PM
The car behind does as well ... maybe it is in Europe :o the plates look UK :roll: I guess you didn't check out the website either... (like me). Crazy British artists! :cheesy:

We're not sure what's so artistic about a HUMMER H3 with wooden wagon-style wheels, but apparently someone with a higher aptitude than ourselves has created just such an exhibit. It's parked outside the Royal Academy of Arts in London and was created by an artist named Matthew Harrison. According to the press release, he "has combined the legendary off-road vehicle with 'Wild West' wooden wheels to create a sculpture that is a mixture of art, engineering and motoring. For Harrison, "the crux of the 'Hummer' is formed by both its 'being' and its afterlife." We couldn't have sarcastically come up with a better line than that, so we'll just leave it as is. If you'd like to see this rolling sculpture in person, you can do so starting October 17 and it will be parked until the 20th.

DavidMorgan
17-10-08, 11:13 PM
Yup those Limeys, leave em alone and they will improve anything:

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2008/10/art_hummer_large_5.jpg (http://www.autoblog.com/photos/london-art-hummer/1101770/)

The article and more pics are here:
http://www.autoblog.com/2008/10/16/hummer-with-wooden-wheels-called-art/

DavidMorgan
17-10-08, 11:15 PM
More Humm art :roll:

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SaabKen
18-10-08, 02:05 AM
Pretty impressive ground clearance ........ looks like a good 60" or so.

I believe this is the refueller that's optional with the bad boy:

http://www.thisgigrocks.com/pics/PhaseIII/KC10.jpg

Si|ver Bu||et
18-10-08, 02:15 AM
bling bling.....money aint a thing.....
lol.

the wooden wheels look good. Id rock that if it were drivable

boon94
18-10-08, 09:50 AM
Which is why GM is "reviewing" the brand ... which means bye bye consumer Hummer's. A pity too, I just loved seeing the underside of those cars on the highway, or watching some dumb a**hole try to park one in a tiny parking lot ...


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