Blasting down the highway and a Hummer H2 might not be two ideas you would associate together, but Jim wanted to change that. Unbolting the factory 17-inch wheels, Pro Motorsports added a set of Mattracks 150M1-A2-SA to the Hummer. Before each track was installed, every wheel assembly, gear, and torsion suspension component received special Nanotech powdercoating to perfectly match the paint planned for the H2. This look, combined with the '08 Hummer's already chiseled body, created a one-of-a-kind appearance that is very hard to forget. Max speed recommended from Mattracks is 40 mph, but we're guessing if pushed, they could be coerced to reach highway speeds.

Just in case the tracks aren't needed and a high-speed run is needed, the Hummer was also outfitted with a set of 37-inch Toyo M/T tires mounted onto cool 24x10-inch KMC Monster wheels. It's a tough choice, but the Mattracks do create extensive rubber-necking from onlookers.

Jim quickly turned his attention to the body, where D&S Body Shop in Clearwater, Kansas, applied the DuPont Pearl Light Blue. Other body modifications included the addition of IPCW skull headlights, IPCW LED taillights, and IPCW clear marker lights with LED bumper lights. The H2 also received a front light bar and IPCW fog lights. Helping it stand out, Real Wheels billet and chrome are found all over the H2.