2001 Am General Hummer

2001 Am General Hummer 2001 AMG Hummer H1



2001 AMG Hummer H1 Four-door Hardtop 1.25-ton Sport Utility Truck One of only 869 copies made in 2001 Only 7,100 actual miles on the odometer 6.5L Turbocharged Detroit Diesel V-8 New electronically-controlled four-speed automatic transmission (code 4L80-E) with a three-speed transfer case LED headlights, foglights and turn signals Customized black exterior and customized black interior with LED lights, air intake extension, Rhino Lined components Momo steering wheel, Corbeau bucket seats, Tanaka 3-point safety harnesses, cargo net, rear-mounted spare tire and jerry can Warn VR10 front winch, Toyo Open Country tires, mudflaps and Rockstar XD series alloy wheels This is one of the models that ignited a phenomenon, the Hummer H1. Its a go-anywhere, do-anything, rolling Swiss Army knife. This is the four-door hardtop sport utility truck with a short cargo box behind the cabin. The vehicle was originally bought from a U.S. Military surplus depot and only has 7,100 genuine miles on the odometer and all mechanical work and servicing has been executed by the St. Louis Motor Museum Hummer Workshop in Overland, Missouri. Made in Mishawaka, Indiana, its also only one of 869 copies made in 2001. Finished in a custom matte dark gray exterior, all of the exterior panels are in very good order. This truck has an air intake extension for dust mitigation, solid and straight bodywork, with lightweight, aluminum lockable doors and rear with a glass window, lockable gas cap and rock sliders with indented foot steps (steps are Rhino Lined). In fact, the rear pickup section has also been Rhino Lined. The soft top has a quick release boat cover with push release studs. The front bumper has an integrated Warn VR10 front winch while the custom rear bumper has a rear-mounted spare tire on a swing warm. Above the front bumper is a custom engine grill, featuring the Punisher and the U.S. Flag. Theres an air raid siren, a recent Yellow Top battery; all external lights upgraded to LEDs plus a front arch beam light; sliding side windows; a clean cargo area, comes with a net; and a jerry can with mount. This Hummer rolls on Toyo R/T Open Country light truck tires, size 37x13.50R18 at all four corners. These tires are mounted on Rockstar Series XD alloy wheels. The wheels are in very good order. A fifth Toyo tire is mounted to the rear of the vehicle and the truck has mudflaps. Under the hood is a 6.5L turbocharged Detroit Diesel V-8 engine. Its backed by a new, electronically-controlled GM four-speed transmission (code 4L80-E), which is better for highway driving, and a three-speed transfer case. Driver convenience features include air-conditioning, electronic light control with keyed ignition and a reverse camera. Inside, a customized interior greets the driver and any passengers. There are CobraTek seat frames, four Corbeau racing buckets with a fifth middle rear seat, Tanaka three-point safety harnesses and a Ferguson autobag for accessories and other small items mounted among the seats. There are new interior floor covering and mats. A Momo three-spoke, flat-bottomed steering wheel faces the driver and the dashboard has a full array of ancillary gauges. Theres interior LED lighting. A Marine front-mounted console with radio, amplifier and marine speakers plus five button control switches, rear 2 x 200w mounted speakers with bass and tweeter incorporated and .50-caliber round radio antenna mounted on radio console. The Hummer H1 shares some common driveline parts with the HMMWV. These include brakes, axles, frame and major body panels (hood, tailgate and quarter panels) are shared between the HMMWV and Hummer H1. All H1s and HMMWVs were produced on the same assembly line; of which civilian H1s were then painted and finished in a separate building opposite the parking lot. The H1 models are inherently stable due to their wide track. They can ford 30 inches of water and climb a 22-inch step. Their stock ground clearance of 16 inches is made possible by tucking driveline components inside a channel in the central space between the left and right seats. They have high approach/departure angles of 72/37.5 degrees. Most H1s are equipped with a Central Tire Inflation System (CTIS), which enables the driver to increase or decrease the tire air pressure at the push of a button, since lower tire pressures are more suited for off-road, and higher tire pressures are desirable on-road. Hummer H1s have other unusual features, such as inboard brakes and portal gears that allow the drivetrain's half shafts a higher placement, for greater ground clearance. The radiator is up high, sloping over the engine on a forward-hinged hood. The air intake is high-mount, enabling the H1 to ford waist-level water. Rather than using simple run-flat tires, magnesium-aluminum alloy or rubber inserts are an optional feature for run flat ability. Options included leather seats, a winch kit, and running boards. This Hummer is registered and titled for normal road use in Missouri and 100 percent off-road capable as one of the best off-road vehicles ever designed. If youve always wanted to own one of the original Hummers, now is your chance stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today! VIN: 35686 This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 7,140 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!??Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.

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Four-speed automatic