There are a very few things in life that could compliment Arnold Schwarzenegger and his adrenalin-pumped, gun-blazing adventures. Very few things except the Hummer. This vehicle started life much like how Arnie’s movies pan out, with a ‘go anywhere, do anything’ attitude. Inspired by the legendary M998 Humvee, the Hummer is in essence the civilian version of this, which meant that those boxy looks and monstrous personality could see public roads. The Hummer H1 came to light because Arnie saw some in a military convoy and campaigned to have them produced for civilians as well. He purchased the first two production H1s, and has converted one to electric power as well, in a nod at saving the planet. The AM general company was tasked with building the Humvee, and thus it was natural for them to build the Hummer H1 alongside. Many items including the brakes, axles, frame, and major body panels were shared between the two, giving the civilian Hummer much of the personality of the military Humvee. The Hummer entered production in 1992 and was available with multiple body types and engine options. With a 14-year production run, the Hummer H1 was seen on the silver screen’s war fields as well as nearly every rap video of the 2000s. If you’d like to push the limits of what’s capable off-road and own a slice of American history, this 1994 Hummer H1 Wagon is just the ticket. Located in Colorado with just 36,267 miles on the clock, this mint one-owner example is reported to be all-original and has the potential to be a highly appreciating American classic in the future. It comes with the original owner’s manual, toolkit, and emergency flare.
This 1994 Hummer H1 Wagon looks imposing with its jet-black exterior, with front brush guard. It rolls on large Goodyear Wrangler tires mounted on black steel rims and sports the Hummer signature feature in this area – the CTIS, or Central Tire Inflation System, which allows you to adjust tire pressures from the comfort of the cabin. The interior is done in tan cloth with lashings of wood trim and features AC and a Kenwood head unit for your tunes.
Powering this 1994 Hummer H1 Wagon is Detroit’s finest, the 6.5L (396ci) Detroit Diesel V8. It sends its massive gobs of torque to all four wheels through the factory 4-speed 4L80-E automatic transmission with overdrive, and high/low ranges are selectable too, to ensure that you can get through the toughest of terrain.
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