Final Hummer H3 Rolls Off Assembly Line GM has made its last civilian version of the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle -- the Hummer. The Hummer H3 rolled off the assembly line in Shreveport, La., this week. GM tried to sell the brand to a Chinese company but the deal fell through.
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Final Hummer H3 Rolls Off Assembly Line

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Final Hummer H3 Rolls Off Assembly Line

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GM has made its last civilian version of the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle — the Hummer. The Hummer H3 rolled off the assembly line in Shreveport, La., this week. GM tried to sell the brand to a Chinese company but the deal fell through.

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