1996 Hummer H1 Base Sport Utility 4-door on 2040-cars
Fallston, Maryland, United States
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This Hummer was upgraded by AM General with a Heated Windshield and the Upgraded Heating & A/C kit that was available for later models. It has been serviced by a factory trained master AM General tech. Injection pump and all brake Pads & Calipers were replaced in 2017. Upgraded Cooling for Engine Block and new Injection Pump installed. All the A/C components and Heater core were replaced with the upgrade kit. 37" Tires on 20" Wheels. All bulbs (Interior & Exterior) replaced with LED's. Everything works as it should (Rear Left door lock sticks sometimes). This Hummer H1 has an Aluminum Body with a Steel Top.
Factory Roof Rack
Factory C.T.I.S - Works but not connected to the current Wheels.
Factory Heated Windshield
Factory CARC military paint
Factory upgraded Heating & A/C system
Factory Winch option
Power Door Locks
15" Drop down DVD Player
Android 8.1 10" LCD Player with Bluetooth/Wifi Chrome Browser that works with phone hotspot
12v Solar Battery charger installed on Roof Rack
Reverse & Front Parking sensors
Built-in Plug-in Battery Charger & De-sulfator
Built-in Plug-in Engine warmer
Keyless Remote Start with Alarm & Door Lock/Unlock
Hummer H1 for Sale
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Team Miller Fisher finishes the Rallye Aïcha des Gazelles - Click above for high-res image gallery
Team Miller Fisher has crossed the finish line of the Rallye Aïcha des Gazelles - in a Hummer H3 driven off a Parisian dealer's lot - and battled from 51st to 12th out of 98 teams after a mistake on the first leg. The Rallye Aïcha, a six-stage trek through the desert, allows no use of GPS, no pace notes, no cell phones, and no binoculars. Pilots and co-pilots find their way between checkpoints with maps, compasses and pencils, and whoever completes the journey in the shortest distance, wins.
The race was made even harder this year by using not the 1:100,000-scale maps of years past, but scraps of paper with increasingly less route information as the race went on. Olympic skier and co-pilot Wendy Fisher wrote to say, "This continues to be the hardest thing I have ever done in my life. An unbelievably tough event. Days were SO long, almost impossible to get all of the checkpoints."
A quick-thinking driver in Canada put his own life on the line last month when he drove his Hummer H3 in front of a distracted driver to save four children. Darrell Krushelnicki, 46, of Taber, Alberta, saw a car about to speed through an intersection. Four kids, whose ages ranged from three to 16 years old, were in the in the crosswalk, so Krushelnicki pulled his truck in front of a silver Pontiac Pursuit (known as the Pontiac G5 in the U.S.) to prevent them from being hit.
The identity of the other driver is unknown, but the news report says the 23-year-old male was talking on his cell phone while traveling around 80 kilometers per hour (close to 50 miles per hour) in a 30 kph speed zone (less than 20 mph). Thankfully, nobody was hurt, and while there's no word as to whether the distracted driver was ticketed, police say that they're recommending Krushelnicki for an award.
For additional details, check out the news video, which we've posted below.
Lynch Hummer dealership in Chesterfield, Missouri - Click above for image gallery
You've heard of art imitating life? Well how about life imitating war? That's another story entirely, but not so far fetched when it comes to the Hummer. The sport-'ute that met the public eye during Operation Desert Storm has all but completely gone through its entire life cycle in the intervening years: first as a military-only vehicle, the original model became available to the public, then GM bought the rights and started churning out pickup-based H2s and H3s, the U.S. armed forces went back Iraq, the original H1 was discontinued and now GM is preparing to wind down the brand entirely. But not before one last pistol-shootin' hoorah, courtesy of the one dealership that arguably sees the truck for what it is more than any other: Lynch Hummer.
The St. Louis-area franchise made headlines last year when they started filling their emptying showroom with gun racks, selling firearms to make up for dwindling sales in the gigantic SUVs. Now the dealership is connecting the dots with a one-of-a-kind promotion: Buy a Hummer, get a free shotgun.