Built by West Coast Customs, one of the best known vehicle builders and customizers in the automotive industry today, this 2003 Hummer H2 has been transformed into the ultimate luxury SUV. This H2 is powered by an LS-based 6.0L Vortec V8 engine mated to a 4L65E four-speed automatic transmission and in stock form produced 316hp and 360 lb-ft of torque, but thanks to an aftermarket CARB-legal Whipple supercharger, power has been boosted to 426 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque. Standard features for the H2 include power steering, power brakes with front and rear discs, and shift on the fly 4-wheel-drive. The Pewter Metallic exterior shows very nicely with few flaws, and features aftermarket chrome sidesteps, smoked taillights, turn signals, and sidemarkers, a rear tow hitch, HID headlights hidden behind a custom front grille, and GFG Trento 7 and GFG Dresden 7 26” 3-piece forged wheels, with one pair on either side of the vehicle to display different looks. Inside the heavily customized interior the seats are trimmed in beige leather with brown suede inserts while the headliner has been done in brown suede and the dashboard and door panels have custom painted trim. The dash itself features a Pioneer headunit which controls all the audio functions and it sits below a 10” LCD DVD monitor which is controlled by a separate Valor DVD player on the passenger side of the truck. To accommodate the large dash monitor, the heating and a/c controls were relocated to the center console while the OnStar controls have been moved to the shifter console. Furthermore, both front seats have their own Clarion 7” monitors mounted in the back of the headrest for rear passengers, while under the rear seats there is an Alpine V-Power 4-channel amp for the Bose speakers, along with a JL 500-watt subwoofer amp which powers the three JL subwoofers in the trunk area. As for standard features, this H2 comes with power windows, heated power mirrors, front and rear heated seats, front power seats, air conditioning, moonroof, tinted windows, airbag safety restraint system, and cruise control. With just 35,012 miles on the odometer, this Hummer H2 has traveled less than 3,000 miles per year and remains in excellent shape for its age despite the usual imperfections that occur with normal use, however all the features on this Hummer are fully functional and everything works as it should. Overall, this H2 would be perfect for those looking for a custom vehicle but wanting to avoid the waiting and pricetag associated with having one built from scratch and this 2003 Hummer H2 is ready to go anywhere with its new owner behind the wheel.