1994 Hummer H1
Why buy a military humvee and invested all the extra money to add the comfort features? Listed is my 1994 Hummer H1 Wagon in excellent physical and mechanical condition. I have owned this Hummer H1 for 14 years. Serviced and ready for action. Has newer style AM General brush guard, roof rack, spare tire carrier, and side view mirrors. New CD player and speakers last week. Upgraded HVAC system which was refurbished 24 months ago (evaporator/cooler, heater core/diverter box, AC compressor, lines). Newer style wagon roof installed and vehicle repainted a few years ago (lots of attention paid to the mating sufaces as this is where they rust). LED lights all around. Underbody protection. CTIS. Warn 12,000 lbs. electric winch. Goodyear M/T tires near 90% w/ runflats. Centra-matic wheel balancers.Viper alarm system. Upgraded suspension components when I replaced the entire suspension a few years back (coil springs/seats/ control arms/ ball joints/ drive shafts, halfshalfs, etc.). Not a garage queen. Used often and well maintained. Never off-roaded. Only know problems- CTIS system leaks down tires over a one week period (wheel valves and geared hub o-rings replaced but further trouble shooting needed), wear on the driver's seat fabric and passenger console area (please see pics), and flaking paint on center window retainer. There are no surprises. Excellent truck. Selling because we just don't use it anymore. Questions welcome. I have owned both military and civilian hummers for 16 years now and they really are a very special type of vehicle both on and off the road. I trust them with my family! The only time this Hummer H1 got stopped in the snow was when it pushed up such a pile in front of it that it drove over the pile and straddled it (wheels off of the ground). Two different cars hit my wife from behind in the area of the receiver hitch. Can you see it? No, that's a little surface rust. Their cars were totaled! This is how tough Hummer H1s are!!!!