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1900 Hummer Other M1123

Sale price: $35,000.00 make an offer

Car location: Boise, Idaho, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Year:
1900
Mileage:
7780
Engine:
6.5L NA
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1900 Hummer Other M1123 for sale

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Selling a 2004 American General HMMWV M1123 6.5L NA diesel with overdrive transmission, apparently named “Smokin' Joe” as was stencil-painted on the front hood prior to me getting it. The vehicle came from the Yermo location as a troop carrier and now reads 7780 miles on the odometer (actual mileage can't be guaranteed with military vehicles, but it read 7747 when I received it). I am the first civilian owner, bought it directly from govplanet, and have successfully titled it in the state of Idaho. Being a troop carrier, I believe the vehicle was more frequently used and has some character to it, which I have grown to appreciate, like the paint worn off in the bed from the boots of Marines. I have some pictures of its original condition which I can pass on to the new owner. The vehicle starts and runs well and I occasionally drive it around town. I have done an incredible amount of work on it to keep it maintained, all of it I have done myself, so if you want to know more we can chat. I've listed as much of the maintenance as I can remember, enhancements, and the known issues it has (keep in mind there could be additional issues unknown to me) to the best of my knowledge. While the vehicle is in driving condition I would recommend shipping it to your destination. Sold in as-is condition. Buyer responsible for complying with their laws and understanding if the registration/title can be achieved in their locality.Maintenance-related things I've done:- Replaced all glow plugs with Kascar plugs- Added the Kascar grounding kit- Replaced the transmission pan with a pan that has a drain- Replaced all upper and all lower ball joints- Replaced cabin heater ducting- Replaced fuel filter- Dropped and cleaned fuel tank- Replaced fuel level sender- Replaced all gauges except speedometer/odometer (to preserve integrity)- Replaced power steering fluid and filter- Replaced air filter- New windshields and retaining hardware- Replaced accelerator and bushing- Camber adjustment on passenger rear by removing shims (since the truck is much lighter than originally configured as a troop carrier, the camber was too far negative on this wheel)- Degreased and painted with flat-black much of the under carriage for rust protection and appearance. There was minimal rust to begin with, this helps keep it that way.- Most of the steering components replaced to tighten up steering: New tie rods, New connecting links, New pitman arm, New idler arm, New stabilizer bar bushings- Most of the lubrication order performed (only didn't do the super easy stuff like spraying door hinges with oil): New engine oil/filter, New transmission fluid/filter, New geared hub oil all around, New front/rear differential oil, New transfer case oil, New power steering fluid, Greased fittings, and most fittings were replaced, Accelerator bushing lube, All new steering components greased, - Coolant TSP flush, DI water flush, and new coolantEnhancements I've done:- New Mile Marker 24V electric winch rated at 12000 lbs with a custom welded winch bracket only adding ½” extensions to the front grill. I spent a lot of time on this bracket to ensure minimal extension of the front of the vehicle.- Custom built a brush guard to account for the winch- New Mickey Thompson Baja MTZP3 40x13.5x17 tires, I choose to not mess around with mil-spec tires and the difficulty in servicing them. No spare tire is included.- American Racing Baja 17x9 rims with 3640 pound rating (original 12-bolt rims and run-flats included)- Plan B-Spec Cab Kit full enclosure with locking x-doors- New Corbeau Moab seats- All 4 springs replaced with Midwest 1.5” lifting and ride enhancement springs (M1123 HD springs included) and new shocks all around- Rear spring perches replaced with M998 perches for lift spring install (M1123 rear perches included)- 1” thick rubber mat placed throughout cabin for noise control- Security device (new owner to be briefed on it)- New Optima Blue top 34M marine 800 CCA batteries and tray adaptors- Milodon 180 degree thermostat for reduced chance of overheatingKnown issues:- Intermittent power steering leak, which I suspect is due to some air in the system, or Dexron VI (listed as Dex III compatable) , or possibly the hydroboost needing rebuilt. Was not leaking until I replaced the fluid which makes me think it might be fluid/air related.- Wait-light blinking upon pre-engine start-up. The glow plugs appear to be functioning properly, but the wait light blinks rather than solid on. I caused this early on by accidentally connecting the batteries while unknown to me the ignition was switched “on.” I haven't felt the need to replace the controller as it seems to still be doing its job with the glow plugs functioning properly.- Gauge cluster lights are not working. I replaced both bulbs but they still don't come on. I didn't troubleshoot further but likely a bad ground somewhere behind the cluster.Additional notes:- The geared hubs have an orange/red RTV sealant rather than a gasket, given the research, I did not open up the hubs to check if they had the enhanced retainer because it appears as though they were already serviced accordingly due to the RTV being present rather than the standard gasket. For your safety, I would recommend you check the hubs or continue at your own risk. You definitely do not want one of these to fail.- The vehicle looked to have been well maintained, most of the fluids were relatively fresh when I changed them and there were no missing parts.- Some of the M1123 suspension components were switched over to M998 in order to achieve lift, I am including the original components as well but the vehicle weight currently should not exceed 7500 lbs unless the M1123 parts are put back in, in which case the gross vehicle weight can be higher, at the M1123 specs. - Recommend having alignment checked. I have checked and adjusted it according to field procedures in the TM but for maximum tire lift I'd have a shop confirm and adjust (especially the toe-in).Deposit required within 3 days of auction ending, full payment within 2 weeks.


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