Auction Block: 1995 Hummer H1 Pickup Truck

May 3, 2019

Category: Rides

The humvee is the military’s standard transport vehicle and ordinance-hauler for a reason — it’s capable, reliable, and built to take an insane amount of punishment. And those factors also make it a highly sought-after 4×4 for the few civilians who can get their hands on one. If you’re hoping to join their ranks, now’s your chance, as this 1995 Hummer H1 pickup is headed to auction.

Unlike its mil-spec counterparts, this particular 2-door bedded humvee is just a bit more luxurious — boasting a custom interior that includes wood veneer trim, a Kenwood stereo system with satellite radio, and a Momo Competition steering wheel. Of course, it’s still a plenty-capable 4×4 thanks to a monstrous 6.5L diesel V8 engine under the hood paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission. Other mods include an LED light bar, a roof rack,  brush guards, a snorkel intake, and more. With just 36k miles on the odometer, this badass off-road pickup has a current auction price of $25,000 with just a few days left.

Purchase: $25,000+

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