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Old 06-05-2016, 04:48 PM
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I still remember walking into the showroom 10 years ago yesterday after I had business in Chesterfield, MO and wandered into a Lynch Hummer showroom. I called my wife to tell her I had bought a new Hummer and she thought I had lost my mind . The salesman took me over to Longhorn Steakhouse in a new H1 and made overnight hotel reservations for me and comping it all. I remember driving my new H2 SUT back to New York the next day There's nothing like a long drive home in a new vehicle - you never forget it! Then the Hummer salesman called me when I got home to ask how my trip was and how I liked my new H2. Those were the days!!
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That picture looks familiar. That's where I bought all my Hummers when I lived in the Midwest. Lynch was the best buying experience I ever had.
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A true shame how GM killed some of the best brands they had. Along with HUMMER I still can't believe they axed Pontiac!
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A true shame how GM killed some of the best brands they had. Along with HUMMER I still can't believe they axed Pontiac!

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Hey man, at least they kept Buick, right. Gotta keep the old folks happy...can't axe Oldsmobile AND Buick!
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Your story helped me to remember the good ole' days as well. Thanks man.
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