2001 T-Rex Sport Utility Custom Hummer Recreation by Jurassic
Trucks. Meet the T-REX, a Hummer replica built in the late 1990's
early 2000's by a small outfit from Arlington, Texas, known as the
Jurassic Truck Corporation. The Jurassic Truck Corporation was the
result of a partnership between Texans Tim Barton and Steve
Spencer, who saw the market for a less expensive and lightweight
Hummer alternative. Their answer was the T-REX, which Barton
engineered and retailed in two steel-bodied kit formsan unassembled
vehicle and a more expensive rolling chassis option. Weighed 2,000
pounds less than its counterpart Hummer and much quicker and
nimbler to drive, the T-Rex was a popular yet short lasting
production, with supposedly only around 115 units being made.Our
R-Tex has been well preserved with only 15 original miles and in
excellent condition. Options include: General Motors 6-Liter crate
engine, General motors 4L80E automatic transmission with 2-speed
transfer case, Power steering and brakes, Dual exhaust, K amp;N
cold air intake system, Mickey Thompson performance alloy wheels,
Mickey Thompson 35x17.50 15 LT tires, B amp;M shifter, Grant GT
steering wheel, Beige leather seating, Custom passenger protection
padded roll bar, Tan soft top with matching side curtains. Your
inspection is invited!
2001 Hummer T-Rex
Location:Farmingdale, New York
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