Author: Jake |
March 4, 2012 |
I think that the original hummer is great, but I don't see how they can try to put the 2nd or 3rd hummer in the same category, they aren't even close to being as good
THANK YOU!!!! Finally someone with some sense.
`Thank you Gamer
Because they are still more capable than most other 4x4s
Hummers are for rich people, military, or wannabes with H2/H3. More Jeep Albums!
#22 That is impressive if they don't end up going ass over tea kettle.
Thats not a real hummer. Its a homemade one by some crazy russian dude.
H2/H3…….lulz. Saw a H3T the other day, don't even know why they have a rear window in that thing.
I built this with a friend in about 1.5hrs. Lots of wsaehrs left over! Plastic body has a few rough edges but nothing that would be a problem for kids. It is stronger than the manual says, as of course once built I was very adult and tested him . I’m 132kgs. I doubt the motors will run with that weight-I didn’t get to find out. Update: I’m hurt I got 2 unhelpful votes . Oh well Not quite sure what else folks would have wanted to know to change those votes. My family bought a red version of this car for their kids. We all chipped in..and it was worth it. They had a LOT of fun round the park with him. Driving for over an hour or more with no real signs of slowing down. A word of caution. The car has 2 speeds-it’s not clear on the website I bought it from. The first gear is a reasonable walking pace. The second had me jogging a little to catch them. It does go quick enough that you need to be on your toes with it. I’ve got long legs too!. I’d estimate 6-8mph perhaps? Either way, if you are NOT a highly active parent then you need someone who can move a bit quick if your kids are driving it round the park. The kids in question were 3 and 6 (closish to their 4th/7th birthdays!) and weigh about 60kg between them perhaps?
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