Hummer H1 desert racer, supercharger, custom suspension, rallye computer

Price: US $13,000.00 Item location: Houston, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Hummer
  • Model: H1
  • SubModel: Limited Edition
  • Type: Convertible
  • Year: 1992
  • VIN: 137xe8534ne135853
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 6.2
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4x4
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1992 Hummer H1 Limited Edition

Aretha is my 1992 LE open top. I bought her from a sheyhk in Bahrian in 2002. After my posting there was over my wife and I drove her back to the UK in the Hummin2London expedition that started in Manama, ahrain and crossed Saudi, ordan, yria, urkey, reece, taly, rance and ended at our home in Cambridgeshire. In the ensuing years I converted her into a full out desert rallye racer and competed twice in the Tuareg Rallye in Morocco. She is more than a handful of fun!
After 15 years abroad with the DoD we have returned stateside and Aretha has come too. Unfortunately for me, t is time to let her go to a new home. I will post a number of pics and some will be of her in former glory. The hard top was hand made in Bahrain but is long, ong gone. Below is a current description:
1992 LE open top
6.2L engine, ow miles (approximately 40K)
Custom captured poly engine mounts/poly trans mount (this motor does not go anywhere, ver)
Whipple superchager, 0 state emission legal, ingle serpentine belt
H20 injection system
4l80 manual shift gearbox with Art Carr gated shifter (you have to manually move it into each gear)
inline spin off trans fluid filter
6 Brad Falin remote reservoir racing shocksNavy SEAL billet ball joints
Light Force bump stops on front suspension
6 KC Daylighters
Custom roll cage (NOT Sanctioned, ould need to be replaced if you want to race her here!!)
4 racing seats (currently set up as a two seater, ack to seats included)
Custom dog house/wiring
Custom dash/guages
Momo steering wheel with thumb buttons for horn and intermittent wipers
Stonking loud police siren/horn
HID headlights
Explona rallye racing computer (best in the world)
Custom 4 place intercom system. Can be used with headsets or helmets
3.5 inch body lift
ballistic top grille in hood
Rubber Duck hood gas strut (life saver!)
Pinned hood latches
32gal racing fuel cell with foam (no sloshing)
twin spare tire mount
rides on Dick Cepek FCII with two spares
all rims are H2 rims with centers milled to fit H1 hubs
front diff centered (only need one size spare shaft, oes not vibrate)
rear diff Detroit Locker
Batteries re-located to rear
At least of bucket of orange Erg Chebbi sand still rattling around in the bottom and back of the beast
included in sale are spares/extras;
2 rear doors that match current front doors
Optima battery mounts. Currently running wet cell batteries but with these you can put in Optimas.
As much paperwork/notes/receipts as I can find after the move here
I think I still have a spare new alternator as well. Basically, hatever H1 related stuff I have in my garage goes with her.
Good stuff: everything above plus lots of great history. I hope you are not shy, he attracts a LOT of attention. Lots of love and attention. She has had great maintenance and I have not spared a dime (or pence) on her.
Not good stuff: Transfer case could stand to be split and re-sealed. Drips a bit. It used to have an oil leak but it looks like I solved it. Handbrake still zip tied up, ill need to be re-attached. Soft top is old.
A word about her condition. Is she a bit rough? Of course, he is a race truck. Is she an abused old lady on her last legs? NO, ertainly not. So the paint is chipped and the hood has a crack or two where it has bashed around, tc. But she in not, repeat, OT a tired nag. If you are looking for a boulevard cruiser, eep moving on. If you are looking for something with lots of heart and will take you where you want to go, nd back (!), his is your girl. Daily driver? Not really. Work horse, bsolutely!
Aretha is currently inspected, axed and plated in Texas.