Army low-mileage Humvees put up for auctionMay 25, 2020
At auction eBay sold 2 AM General Humvee, which are the property of a collector from Florida.
Both armored SUVs were listed in the reserve of the American army, but as a result they were decommissioned. According to the seller, they can not be exported outside the United States.
The 1993 Humvee with a forest disguise drove a total of 390 miles (698 km). It has a sniper tower, a large kenguryatnik, a replica of the Browning M2 machine gun and kevral chairs. The owner equipped the SUV with LED optics, new wheels, a contingent steering wheel and an infotainment complex with Bluetooth. At the time of writing, the cost of the car at the auction was 89 thousand dollars.
The mileage of the 2002 model year is 901 miles (1,450 km). He repeats the older SUV, except for desert camouflage and some additional elements. This car was put up for auction later, for this reason the current rate on it is 52,500 dollars.
Both SUVs have 195-horsepower turbocharged 6.5 V8 diesel engines from General Motors Corporation, as well as a 4-speed automatic transmission. The production of the army AM General Humvee has been carried out since 1983, and after 9 years, sales of its civilian variant, the Hummer H1, started.
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