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StygianMax said:
The pickup truck held up just as well as the H2. Go figure. :confused
Actually not :giggle

the story behind this is quite crazy. The pic is a year or more older. The driver of the H2 is the owner of a Canadian car delaership, apparently he got sick at the wheel and blew through a red light. He hit two other cars before hitting the pick up.

If you look closely at the pic, starting from the top and then following the structure downward. You will notice that all the structure is still intact and most of the exterior damage is cosmetic. :cheers

Pretty awesome advertising for GM, all at the expense of this dealership owner.
 

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DiecastX said:
If you look closely at the pic, starting from the top and then following the structure downward. You will notice that all the structure is still intact and most of the exterior damage is cosmetic. :cheers
No questions about the structural integrity of the H2. I'd hate to have been in car #1 or #2 that got hit by the H2!! :eek:hmy
 
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StygianMax said:
The pickup truck held up just as well as the H2. Go figure. :confused
The H2 is based on the Tahoe/Suburban platform and is not some sort of military spec super ute. :cheers
 
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