In today’s day and age of sophisticated car tuning, there aren’t a lot of tuners that can proudly say that they were able to turn a Hummer H2 into a high-tech, horse-drawn carriage.

For the record, Jeremy Dean prefers to be called an ‘artist’ rather than a ‘car tuner’. But whatever title he wants to take, there’s no denying the painstaking labor he and a group of his buddies went through to make this highly unusual ride.

For starters, Dean bought a second-hand H2 for a relatively cheap tag of $15,000. Then, he decided to use up all of his life savings to convert the H2 – which he describes as a ‘monument to America’s consumption, greed, and arrogance’ – into, of all things, a horse cart.

To fully understand the rationale behind Dean’s thinking, he explains that there will come a time when the world’s resources will all but dry up rendering all the extravagant and gas-guzzling vehicles roaming the world today useless - unless it is being pulled by a horse. To illustrate his point, he went ahead and converted the H2 into what can only be described as the glitziest and most glamorous horse-drawn cart in the history of the world.

Check out the video and watch how a full-fledged Hummer H2 ended up becoming a pretty razzle-dazzle of a horse cart.


Source: Back to the Futurama

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  (714) posted on 09.10.2012

What’s with him to do such things like that? That’s kind of weird act.

  (417) posted on 09.6.2012

I don’t appreciate what he was done on this H2.

  (368) posted on 09.6.2012

I don’t what is his plan for this H2? Could it he made it clearer for us. The audio is not that good.

  (701) posted on 09.5.2012

Why do they have to do that? OMG.

  (570) posted on 09.4.2012

I think he is just exploring to come up with some spectacular from this scrap. I felt sorry because I badly want a Hummer.

  (334) posted on 03.7.2011

Well, its just a pointless art and a waste of money! Frankly speaking though, Hummer are just pointless..sad but true! And I think 1950s Praga V3S is much capable over this one.

  (1022) posted on 02.8.2010

are they insane? why would you turn and tear down a hammer just to make a Horse drawn cart? oh well IMO they are bored with their Hummer.

  (534) posted on 02.7.2010

New York artist turns a Hummer H2 into a horse-drawn cart
Comment: I’d say that it was rather a waste than art. There is nothing special with what he has done and it doesn’t really show anything close to what it represents. If you will see it at the first time you will have to ask “why in the world would someone be doing something like this? What does it mean”.

  (1) posted on 02.7.2010

i can use a powersaw to ruin stuff too

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