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Chevrolet K-Series 'Tatonka Products Bummer Body Kit'

Chevrolet K-Series in Four Wheeler Magazine's Top Truck Challenge, Documentary, 2000

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US

Chevrolet K-Series 'Tatonka Products Bummer Body Kit'

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Neptune US

2007-01-25 00:06

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This vehicle is not a genuine Hummer as the name "Bummer" implies. Itís a (Bummer Body Kit) that is built on a 1973
through 1987 Chevrolet C/K-Series - V/R-Series chassis. Bummer body kits can be purchased in a number of different configurations.

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antp BE

2007-01-25 12:01

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We list that as "Bummer" then? Or as Custom Made (but if it is available as a kit and not made one time only, it is more than Custom Made)
Or we can list it as a Chevrolet?

G-MANN UK

2007-01-25 12:11

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"Bummer" :lol:

Neptune US

2007-01-25 23:46

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Below is some information on the Tatonka Bummer H1 Body Kits, and some pictures of the body kits themselves.



Kit Car Website wrote The Bummer comes from Tatonka Productsóa Salt Lake City, Utah, group that has long specialized
in building custom fiberglass molds for the industry. It isnít clear from what deep, dark recess
of owner Richard Tolbertís mind the Bummer idea came, but Tatonka has sold nearly 120 Bummer kits
during the past few years and shows no sign of slowing down.

The utility-type bodies are designed for pickup and SUV chassis. Tolbert says itís the ultimate
way of recycling a truck that runs good and looks bad. The resemblance to the military Hum-vee is
obvious, but the dimensions and proportions are completely different. The Bummer kit will fit most
Chevy, Dodge, and Ford pickup chassis, as well as many full-size SUV chassis such as the Suburban,
the Blazer, the Ramcharger, and the Bronco. Tatonka is currently working on a scaled-down kit to fit
the GM S-10 chassis and other smaller trucks.


Quoted from the Kit Car Website
www.kitcarmag.com

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-- Last edit: 2007-08-01 05:49:37

modell US

2007-01-26 00:27

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Great name :lol:

carfan US

2007-06-14 00:57

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Is there a website about the Bummer?

Neptune US

2007-06-14 05:30

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carfan wrote Is there a website about the Bummer?


This is the website for "Tatonka Products";
they design and build the Bummer Body Kits.
http://www.4x4kit.com/


This link is to an article about them, at the bottom it list some contact info.
http://www.kitcarmag.com/featuredvehicles/37619_jeep_kit_car_replica/

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