Posts Tagged ‘hummer’

Wow: High Voltage Hummer, San Mateo County

Friday, October 17th, 2014

And yet, this rig is prolly running at around 14 volts, same as everyone else.

Arresting:

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Fake San Francisco Transit: SHORT BUS vs. SCHOL BUS – Smart Car ForTwo vs. Hummer H2

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

All right now, class. Which bus is the girl bus?

As seen in the Western Addition:

And which is the boy bus?

As seen on Polk near the former German Embassy / controversial cooking school in the Tenderloin:

And which bus is a cry for attention?

You’re all correct! Both of them are.

Why is the Red Cross Driving Around San Francisco in Giant Hummer SUVs?

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Uh, I don’t know.

Presenting the big-on-the-outside, small-in-the-inside Hummer H3, the “Baby Hummer.”

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I can sort of see why GM donated this this vehicle, but nevertheless, sometimes, I just don’t know.

Wouldn’t a minivan be a better choice? I think so.

PS: We should have let GM die this time, you know, as opposed to waiting until next time…

It’s Back to School Time So Everybody On the Scol Bus, A Giant Yellow Hummer

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Hey everybody, look at me!

As seen on Polk, or thereabouts.

 

I Am Become White Trash, the Destroyer of Worlds: Mercedes Benz Gelandewagen G55 AMG Cabriolet

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

[Apparently, these things will remain in production after all. I had thought the line shut down in the summer of 2011. This model was supposed to die in 2006, 2010, and 2011, but it still keeps chugging along...]

Achtung, baby!

As seen on Fillmore:

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Kind of looks like a VW Thing, non?

They’re out of production now, but these G rigs went for $125K+ back in the day, and that was before the convertible “option.”

Here’s an exit interview with the German version of the Hummer.

I’ll wait in Los Angeles/

I’ll wait in the pouring sun

Is There a S.W.A.T. Convention Going On at the Union Square Hilton These Days? Check Out the Rolling Stock

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Joshua Clements is all over this sitch down in Union Square:

“Homeland Security, A-Team van, SWAT team, mobile command post, Army Hummer, SFPD Bomb Squad, all in front of the Hilton.”

This urban assault vehicle used to be a GMC, or a Chevy or a Ford or a Hummer a Jeep or maybe a Dodge – I’ve narrowed it down that far:

An excellent shot from The Tender, Your Daily Cut of the Loin

Get more shots of this paramilitary fooferall at The Tens.

Divisadero Streetscape Improvements Kick Off – Cafe Mojo Parklet Officially Christened

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

Here’s the scene this morning at the official ceremony kicking off all the Divisadero Streetscape Improvements and the Cafe Mojo Parklet at 639 Divisidero betwixt Hayes and Grove.

BIKE NOPA has all the deets for the new parklet in front of popular Mojo Bicycle Cafe, where you are beseeched to “ride in – hang out – get your fix – ride on.”

Of course District 5 Supervisor Ross Mirkarimiwas there* – he was working the crowd and expressing his appreciation for improved bicycle and pedestrian safety on the Divisadero Corridor. He also pointed out the success of the nearby Divisadero Farmer’s Market, which is no longer seasonal. It’s open every Sunday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM year-round these days.

Mayor Gavin Newsom addressing a large crowd on the tiny parklet:

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And all the while, the honking yellow Hummer of Main Contractor Synergy Project Management was discretely parked across the street, as discretely as possible given that it’s a honking yellow Hummer:

I’m on the record as not being a big fan of all the changes, but oh well.

SocketSite has more info about Divis and Curbed SF has all the history, as you’d expect.

Brand new median trees and old-school streetlamps for as far as the eye can see:

These days, it’s Mojo a gogo. A fixie bike mounted outdoors as art:

 

Welcome to the New Divisidero.

*Wearing the same drip-dry suit he was wearing at the recent opening of the Hamilton Recreation Center and Pool.

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When Renting a Hummer Limo in San Francisco, Which Color is the Best Choice?

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Of course white has to be one the better choices, right off the bat.

As here, where we can see an Arctic White Hummer H2 limousine on McAllister, temporarily blocking San Francisco Bike Route 20, known as the Snick.

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But neon pink is not without its charms. As seen on 5th Street in the SoMA.

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How about this: Black for funerals, white for weddings and hot pink for everything else?

That’s how you should roll in the 415!

The Longest Pink Hummer in the World – From San Jose With Love

Monday, February 2nd, 2009

It’s a little hard to see the writing in the window of this piiiiink 20-passenger Hummer H2 limousine from two-star rated, Santa Clara-based LeGrande Affair, but it says “SWEET SIXTEEN” just so you know.

This machine is a wide-awake nightmare, just so you know. It has none of the class of something like the “Biker Limo.”

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But save your pennies and this could be you. Someday.