614 E. Auto Center Dr.
It's time to get your hands on the ULTIMATE 4x4 pickup. This 1985 AM General M998 Humvee has the instant appeal of being a true American hero that doesn't know the word "quit." And as you look at the full package, you're going to discover attractive features on a very well-priced truck.
The full camo paint immediately announces this one as a hero's machine. And while this was built for military duty, it's now ready for street duty. But more than just a grocery-getter or an attention-grabbing way to promote your business, just imagine the practical potential of owning a 4x4 built to take on the world. Especially with one that has a large truck bed and a chassis with a payload capacity large enough to carry any car that fits back there. And this one really has cool rugged details, like the beadlock wheels, alligator hitch, tall side patrol mirrors, canopy rails over the bed, and the camo footlocker.
The interior has the first impression of pure function... but take a closer look. The green seats look like the classic military units, except you now have high-back buckets with comfortable padding and proper seatbelts. And this truck even has provisions for R134a air conditioning (it may just need a recharge to blow ideally cold again.) The canvas roof is fully removable, so you can have the meanest convertible on or off the pavement. And the full instrumentation was built to be out in the elements, so the fun in this one begins where most other 4x4s find their limit.
Tilt the hood forward to get an excellent view of the 6.2-liter diesel motor. This is a variation of the motor that GM used for decades. So you have a great mix of hardy construction, known maintenance, and good parts availability. Diesels are all about torque, and when combined with the lighter weight of the truck body, this creates the best of the military breed. We won't pretend you'll win any drag races, but that's never the point of owning a Humvee. This is true 4x4 with a reinforced fully independent suspension that has been built to drive over any obstacle. Plus, with power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and four-wheel power disc brakes, you don't have to be made of granite to drive a vehicle built to bust through granite.
This is the desirable Humvee pickup with the right upgrades and a terrific price. So if you're looking for the best and baddest, you know you need this mean machine. Call today!!!
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