Here it is – the most inefficient vehicle on the planet Earth. This is a 1997 AM General Hummer H1 and to be quite honest, it’s spectacular. Powered by a turbocharged 6. 5L 395 c. i. V8 diesel, this H1 had only covered 68, 000 miles before it went through the wide-body



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