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Hey everyone! Joined here for news and updates on the new Hummer EV. I’ve never owned a Hummer before but I’m a big GM fan. Currently have an all original 1968 Buick Wildcat with only 23,900 miles and am restoring an 86 IROC as well. This will also be my first EV! I’m super excited for all the new EV tech coming and I looked at a few trucks but the Hummer is the truck for me! Today I reserved a 2X!!!! I look forward to learning all the new info I can here!
 

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Hey everyone! Joined here for news and updates on the new Hummer EV. I’ve never owned a Hummer before but I’m a big GM fan. Currently have an all original 1968 Buick Wildcat with only 23,900 miles and am restoring an 86 IROC as well. This will also be my first EV! I’m super excited for all the new EV tech coming and I looked at a few trucks but the Hummer is the truck for me! Today I reserved a 2X!!!! I look forward to learning all the new info I can here!
Welcome... Wow, is that the Wildcat with the 430? Those are cool cars...
 

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Yes sir, 430 big block. She’s got beautiful lines. Definitely is a cool car.
Thats awesome, back when cars had style! I worked in an automotive machine shop as a teenager, and remember seeing a 430 come through for freshening. I remember the customer was very passionate about his Wildcat, and brought the car by to show us after he reinstalled the engine. Gosh, that was 35 years ago, the things we remember! :)~
 

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Hey everyone! Joined here for news and updates on the new Hummer EV. I’ve never owned a Hummer before but I’m a big GM fan. Currently have an all original 1968 Buick Wildcat with only 23,900 miles and am restoring an 86 IROC as well. This will also be my first EV! I’m super excited for all the new EV tech coming and I looked at a few trucks but the Hummer is the truck for me! Today I reserved a 2X!!!! I look forward to learning all the new info I can here!
Welcome to the forum @StevenSchuda! Congrats on placing your reservation. You're at the right place for Hummer info. How did you come across a Wildcat with that low mileage? that's amazing.
 

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Welcome to the forum @StevenSchuda! Congrats on placing your reservation. You're at the right place for Hummer info. How did you come across a Wildcat with that low mileage? that's amazing.
I actually found it on Facebook scrolling marketplace. It’s a long story but in short I got VERY lucky finding the car in the condition it was in. I spent about 30-40hrs doing a full paint correction and detailing and am very happy with the car. All the lines and gaps are perfect. Can steer the car using a single finger she’s so smooth. Doors and hood shut easier than brand new cars do today.
 

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I actually found it on Facebook scrolling marketplace. It’s a long story but in short I got VERY lucky finding the car in the condition it was in. I spent about 30-40hrs doing a full paint correction and detailing and am very happy with the car. All the lines and gaps are perfect. Can steer the car using a single finger she’s so smooth. Doors and hood shut easier than brand new cars do today.
Wow, That is nice!
 

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I actually found it on Facebook scrolling marketplace. It’s a long story but in short I got VERY lucky finding the car in the condition it was in. I spent about 30-40hrs doing a full paint correction and detailing and am very happy with the car. All the lines and gaps are perfect. Can steer the car using a single finger she’s so smooth. Doors and hood shut easier than brand new cars do today.
That is one fine looking automobile. Have you done any restoration to it or is it how you got it?
 
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