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1995 95 Am General Hummer H1 Gas Hmcs Wagon Hmmwv Humvee on 2040-cars

Year:1995 Mileage:56000 Color: Black /

Cerritos, California, United States

Cerritos, California, United States
Transmission:480LE 0- Automatic Transmission
Body Type:Wagon
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:5.7L, V8 GASOLINE
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller


VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: 137da8439se166978
Year: 1995
Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Hummer
Model: H1
Trim: HMCS Wagon
Options: Cassette Player, 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats
Drive Type: Fulltime 4WD
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes
Mileage: 56,000
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Sub Model: HMCS Wagon
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Gray
Warranty: NONE- AS IS

Upforsale is my 1995 Hummer H1 wagon.  It is a GASOLINE engine version, only made in 1995 and 1996. Runs and drives great. Always kept garaged and washed only twice in the last 10.5yrs.

  1. Bought it in 2004, Feb.
  2. Had 48000 miles upon purchase.
  3. I put on 8100 miles in 10.5yrs.
  4. Always garaged, no accidents, no body work, no
     paint work.
  5. No rust issues.
  6. Did my own maintenance.
  7. Very easy to maintain.
  8. Drives great.
  9. Tires are 37x12.5X16.5 Super Swamper TSLs with
     7000miles on them. They were new when I purchased.
  10. Rims = factory steel rims, 16.5 inches.
  11. Rear accessory bumper not included in sale.
  12. Reverse strobe lights not included in sale.
  13. No leaks and no issues. Very clean underneath.
  14. I never took it offroad.
  15. Speedo died a month after purchase. I replaced it rightaway. Have the old one
      if you want.

  1. Windshield wiper motor is weak.
  2. Front pass side window just stopped going down
     last week. I think the motor just died but not sure. I hope it is only the
     regulator. It was fine for 10yrs. Oh well, nothing lasts forever.
  3. A/C needs recharging. Blows fine but not cold.
  4. CTIS selector switch needs a new sticker plate-- cosmetic
  5. I did a heater core bypass --- front pass side
     heater core died so heat is only in the rear but the whole
     truck interior heats up.
  6. Serpentine belt needs replacing. I have a new one.
     Included in the sale.
  7. Drv side, rear door lock takes a few strokes
     before it unlocks.

Replaced speedo a month after purchase. Old one died. I still have the old unit if you want.
Replaced all exterior clearance lights with LED equivalents
Replaced Tail lights with military LED units
Replaced front indicator lamps with military LED units.
Replaced the starter
Replaced the battery
Replaced the headlights
Replaced air filters
Replaced hood snubbers
Replaced fuel filter
Replaced worn out HUMMER emblems
Replaced oil pressure sender unit and oil pressure sensor switch
Replaced the IAC (Idle Air Control Valve)
Replaced the spark plugs and rotor and cap and wires
Replaced the fuel pump relay
Replaced the rear side marker lights -- GROTE #46282
Replaced Pass side rear CTIS lines.
Replaced rear diff oil
Replaced rear pass side brake line
Replaced rear pass side brake piston seal
Replaced rear pass side brake dust boot
Replaced Front drv side differential STAR seal
Replaced Rear Pass side differential STAR seal
Replaced Drv side front CTIS line
Replaced Pass side rear CTIS line
Replaced the 2 oil cooler lines.
Replaced transmission filter and pan.
Replaced lower radiator hose
Added military light guards
Added the unleaded fuel plate on the outside of the fuel area.
Replaced Front Upper Ball Joints
Tinted all the windows including rear barn area


1. AM GENERAL Wrap around brushguard
2. Custom Rear Reinforced Bumper
3. Headlight guards
4. MOMO Steering wheel
5. Aluminum Rocker Panel Protection.
6. Undercarriage Protection

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On Sep-15-14 at 20:43:15 PDT, seller added the following information:

According to the specs, the GASOLINE Powered hummer wagons of 1995, like this one for sale, have a higher Payload Capacity and higher Maximum Towed Load caapbility than its DIESEL counterpart of the same year.

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