2003 Hummer H1

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Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX

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Fort Worth, TX



Year 2003
Mileage 25588
Engine 100
Doors 4
Transmission Automatic
Make Hummer
Model H1

H1 2003

Title Status --
Exterior Color White
Interior Color Black


You already know what this is. You know what it can do. You know there's no place it can't go. And it's still the biggest, baddest piece of off-road kit you'll ever own. In short, this 2003 AM General Hummer H1 is the ultimate 4x4 and it's likely to stay that way, and with only 25,588 actual miles on the clock it's one of the lowest-mileage examples we've seen on the market in years. Zombie apocalypse ready on the outside, supreme comfort on the inside, this H1 is very special.

You've admired trucks like this in the past, but few are built to this level. There are reconstructed military cast-offs and plenty of domesticated civilian versions of the Hummer on the market, but this gorgeous monster takes everything great about the H1 and turns it up to 11. First, there's the white paint job, which in and of itself isn't especially exciting, but when it's on a vehicle this size and accented with a lot of black hardware, well, the look is spectacular. It's the 'wagon' version of the H1, which is still the one to own, because it's both practical and stylish, and this one shows few signs of having ever been off-roading. Instead, it's probably a lived an easy life as a show-off piece that's never had to tackle anything this side of a gravel driveway, and thanks to those incredibly low miles (seriously, only 25K miles on a non-military Hummer H1 is incredibly low), it shines up way better than most of its kind. Sure, there are a few signs of use and age here and there, but the Hummer wears these minor imperfections like a Marine wears his scars with great pride and a head held up high. The overall look is very clean, with a strong driver quality not usually found on H1s of this vintage, and the curb appeal is unmatched by anything on the road. Upgrades include full 360-degree LED lighting, including the light bars on the roof and front grille, a Gobi roof rack that's pure hardcore, a brush guard up front that protects the entire hoof, a heavy-duty winch up front, and the usual tow hooks, industrial hinges and latches, and other butch bits that make these trucks so darn intimidating. There's just nothing more hardcore than it on the road, and even though the H1 has been 'civilized' for the modern road, it's still a bruiser that can move a mountain on command.

If you've been in the service, you probably won't recognize the luxurious accommodations inside this H1. Stylish and comfortable leather black buckets with white piping are a big upgrade front and rear, and a matching bench in between the buckets out back mean it's a 6-seater with room to spare. The wide center console is actually where the engine and drivetrain live, up high and out of harm's way, but it's been well insulated and glamourized with cup holders and storage cubbies, and the upgraded 6.5 liter diesel V8 has a more muted sound, not a deafening roar. Full gauges, an industrial set of switches that span the dash, a beefy 3-spoke steering wheel, powerful A/C, and even a Pioneer multimedia stereo with a back-up camera are all part of the civilian package, so driving this sucker is no hardship as long as you can afford to feed it (let's just say this H1 is no fan of Brandon). The levers and knobs control the various drivetrain modes, lights, and power windows/locks, there's a couple of 12-volt power outlets for accessories, and this sucker even has cruise control and an anti-theft system on board. The door panels are neatly tailored at the flanks, as are the floor covering and headliner, and levers for the automatic transmission, transfer case, and e-brake are all just a short reach away for the driver. It feels like you're behind the wheel of a tank at first, but once you settle into the cockpit it's obvious this H1 is much more luxurious than that. The cargo space out back is massive, as you'd expect, with plush carpets on the floors and a JL-Audio subwoofer adding some boom to the stereo system.

Early versions of the H1 had wheezing, low-performance diesel engines that were reliable but slow. This one sports a factory-upgraded 6.5 liter GM turbo diesel V8 from a late-model pickup, and the difference is quite noticeable. No, it's still not a drag racer, but it cruises through traffic without effort and the smoothness is a notable improvement. And with only 25K miles on the clock, this turbo diesel is barely broken in and ready to dominate until the next Ice Age, with a gigantic, forward-sloping radiator keeping the whole show nice and cool. The engine bay is 100% stock and very clean, with signs of maintenance here and there, and absolutely zero signs of off-roading or playing in the puddles. The undercarriage is typical Hummer, with the independent suspension, offset-drive hubs, inboard brakes and portal gears, and tucked-away driveline components (hence the hump inside the cabin) that offer incredible ground clearance, and a beefy exhaust system tucked up into


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