This Black Stallion built for a movie uses a standard Hummer V8, but customer cars can be fitted with a Hellcat one.
GM is reportedly working on several electric vehicles including a pickup and SUV that could wear the Hummer name.
Included in the auction are three Plymouth Superbirds and dozens of Camaros, Challengers and Mustangs, plus a Bentley, a Maserati and a Jag.
The H1 from Mil-Spec Automotive is powered by a 500 HP, 6.6-liter Duramax diesel V8.
The owner of this Chevrolet Camaro needed just 30 days and $10,000 to build it.
GM is toying around with the idea of a Hummer relaunch, but still sounds pretty far-fetched.
The legendary military truck-turned-fashion icon has been thoroughly updated without losing its identity.
If it follows Ford’s lead, it could resurrect a defunct nameplate – and we’d prefer Hummer over the GMC Jimny.
This 1995 Hummer H1 will cost you less than the Jeep – and you have less than a day to bid.
A 1996 slant-back H1 was stripped and comprehensively re-engineered to be both tougher and more modern.
It’s all good until you learn the asking price is a quarter of a million dollars.
Assemble your own Marine Expeditionary Force (and $250k) to pile into this generously upgraded Humvee.