Before general motors developed and spun-off the Hummer nameplate into its own brand of SUVs (and forthcoming EVs), AM General sold and marketed the Hummer. The manufactures of the original war-proven HMMWV, AM General were known for the production of the “Humvee” military vehicle, and first created the Hummer to cater to demand from the civilian market. Up for sale is one of the original 1994 AM General Hummer H1s, complete with its own subtle modifications over the years.
This 1994 AM General Hummer H1 has been recently repainted in gloss black. With massive road-presence, the Hummer H1 is bound to turn heads, with a mean and squat stance that is no-where near as far removed from the original Humvees as the later H2 and H3 were. It also rides on custom rims with 40” tires. This Hummer H1 has new glass and a custom interior, including a custom bench seat, and a sound system that incorporates rear-seat entertainment with an iPad-capable dashboard.
The engine in this 1994 AM General Hummer H1 has been swapped for a 6.6-liter Duramax diesel V8, an engine co-created by General Motors with legendary diesel engine producers Isuzu. The diesel V8 puts out 310bhp and 605 lb-ft of torque.