Mil-Spec’s Overhauled Hummer H1 Gets 500 HP, $295k Price Tag | Carscoops https://t.co/4mFPsjMtMn
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Mil-Spec Automotive is up to build number six of its Hummer H1s, this one a customer commission for someone with the last name “Bane.” This marks the halfway point in the Launch Edition series of 12 models that will run through to next year. Per customer request, the template started with Build 002, also a four-door slantback, but deviates in a few functional ways. That starts with the four-door slantback variant, but this one gets a much larger rear window.
The Bold Body and Tire Package stretches horizontal footprint by eight inches, the bodywork by seven inches. Fender flares hulk over 20-inch gun-black rims wearing 38-inch Nitto Grappler tires. Build 006 shuns the executive interior package on Build 002, putting its cushiness on the outside with the Air-Ride Package. That installs eight-way adjustable shocks all around and automatic ride height adjustment. Sounds like the buyer could need it, since the newest unit also gets the 12K Package that ups GVWR to 12,000 pounds, with beefier axles, springs and braking.
A 6.6-liter Duramax diesel sits beneath the $1,299 functional hood scoop, the oil-burner’s output rated at 500 horsepower and 1,000 pound-feet of torque. And no road trip to Sonora or Medellin would be complete without a 12,000-pound Warn winch, lavish front brush guard and heavy duty rear step bumper, aluminum snorkel, 60-inch overhead light bar, and Paracord interior door handles. We’d think a locking front axle would be a given on this kind of rig, but apparently this H1 makes do with an ARB air locker on the rear.
The brief for the design was “simple yet dramatic.” Job done, we’d say, with Build 006 terrorizing the ground like black thunder. The price gets attention just as well: $295,039. This kind of drama doesn’t come cheap.