Hummer H1 Humvee 1986

Vehicle Price
Price on Request
Model Year
Body Type
4x4 Terrain
16,000 KM
Vehicle Traction
4x4 Full
Interior Color
Number of doors
4 Doors
Fuel Type
Vehicle Condition
Stunning Example

Features Hummer H1

M1044 HUMVEE - Task Force Ranger Edition

The M1044 HUMVEE is an Armament Carrier HUMVEE variant with additional ballistic protection and traversing weapons platform. Used in multiple facets by the U.S. Military, the M1044 is an all-terrain vehicle capable of handling everything from steep inclines to water crossings and also features a winch to aid in self recovery.

- This particular car served in Iraq.

- Armament Carrier.

- ONLY 10,000 miles (ten thousand).

- Removable doors.

It is the only N1044 in Costa Rica.

M1044 HMMWV Armament Carrier with Supplemental Armor, With Winch

The M1044 HMMWVs were Armament Carrier configurations of the HMMWV family. The M1044  armament carriers featured supplemental armor that provided added ballistic protection for armament components, crew, and ammunition. The vehicles were equipped with a weapon mount, located on the roof of the vehicle, adaptable to either the M60 or M240, 7.62mm machine guns, M2 .50 caliber machine gun, or the Mk 19 Mod 3 Grenade Launcher. The weapons platform could be traversed 360 degrees.

Fully-loaded M1044,  armament carriers could climb road grades as steep as 60 percent (31 degrees) and traverse a side slope of up to 40 percent (22 degrees). The vehicles ford hard bottom water crossings up to 30 inches (76 centimeters) without a deep-water fording kit and 60 inches (152 centimeters) with the kit

1986 HMMWV  M1044 with winch.

A very original truck.

New 6.2 Diesel with 10,000miles. 

New Th 400 military transmission with 218 T-case

Slant Back with gun turret

deep fording kit

4 M-16 gun holders, all correct

Kevlar X-Doors

60 Amp Generator/Alternator

Frame is solid, no rust.

Miltiary 50 cal (M2) storage rack (in bed)

Military 50 cal ammo can holders (7)

Reverse lights (ambulance style)

All in this truck are new (full restoration in 2005)