What is better than a Hummer H1, none other than its military counterpart, the American General Humvee. The Humvee, or going by its longer name the High Mobility Multipurpose Vehicle was introduced in 1983 as the US military’s foremost ground vehicle. The Humvee was used as the basis of the civilian Hummer H1 which was introduced in 1992 after some passionate lobbying by The Terminator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger. A chance to own an amazing restomod Humvee is at hand in the form of this 1992 AM General with exactly 0 miles on the odometer after the restomod.
This 1992 AM General Humvee loos like it was taken out of an American military base with its black-painted exterior, which is until you notice the upgrades and additions to the vehicle. From the front, you’ll instantly notice the double-stacked forward-facing hood vents with silver-painted grilles. The minimal front bumper features a row of three fog lights, while the roof holds a front-facing light bar. The rear features the standard Humvee layout with the exception of the dummy claymore on the rear bumper. The bed has been painted with a Rhino bed liner for extended durability. It is noted that the headlights and taillights have been upgraded to LEDs. A set of 8-spoke black-painted wheels from Mayhem Wheels are also in place. Matching the exterior the interior is also done in black. The restomod has added a new center console with a Kenwood touchscreen radio and a Rockford Fosgate amplifier new speakers, and a subwoofer. New gauges are added along with new carpets. Sound insulation is added to keep unwanted noise at the minimum, while red interior lighting accents add depth to the interior.
Powering this 1992 AM General Humvee is a 6.6L Duramax V8 engine mated to an Allison 6-speed automatic transmission. A 2.5” body lift is added along with new hoses. Other mechanical upgrades include custom HD front-rear driveshafts, 12k half-shafts with billet portal gears, and PPEI tuning. Stopping power is enhanced by 12” Alpha brake kits, drilled and slotted rotors, and a 30% softer suspension for a more comfortable ride. The seller reports that the truck has been built by Custom Combat Trucks located in Georgia.
1992 American General Humvee Restomod 6.6L Duramax Engine Allison 6-speed transmission New gauges reported New hoses reported 2.5" body lift Custom HD front-rear driveshafts 12" Alpha brake kit Drilled & slotted rotors 12K half shafts with billet portal gears 30% soft spring suspension PPEI tunes EGR delete 1100 Series center chunks New carpet Sound insulation New center console Kenwood touch screen radio with speakers Sub-woofer Interior Red lighting accents LED lights Rhino bed liner paint Built by Custom Combat Trucks in Georgia
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