The Hummer H1 was quite obviously conceived as a military vehicle first and foremost, but this custom Hummer H1 pickup that will be auctioned off at Barrett-Jackson’s upcoming Scottsdale 2020 sale has a bit of a farm-inspired, country look to it.
That’s because this is no ordinary Hummer H1. It’s been converted into a custom two-door flatbed with a diamond cut bed floor and wood side rails, making this the perfect farm truck for those with bumpy, rut-filled or rocky land to tend to.
According to the listing, this is a 1993 model year Hummer H1. It’s not clear if it started out life as a four-door SUV, or if it was one of the pickup truck variants – though it does appear to have some custom bodywork. For example, there appears to be a storage compartment of some sort located just beneath the bed and behind the doors, and the cab is quite short and small compared to a factory H1 pickup.
The listing states the car comes with the factory diesel engine and four-speed automatic transmission. It doesn’t specify which engine it came with, though imagine it is the General Motors 6.5-liter diesel V8. The listing is also short on other important details, like mileage, ownership history and how to ended up with a custom-made flatbed.
GM is rumored to be working on a new battery electric Hummer. It’s not clear if this model is different than its forthcoming battery electric pickup, though some rumors have suggested they could be the same product. If so, this Hummer H1 pickup may be a sign of what’s to come from GM in way – though we imagine said electric Hummer pickup wouldn’t have wooden bed rails or analog gauges.
The listing is short on details, but if you want to see more photos of this odd creation, there are few more at this link.