Autotrader Find: 1992 Military Humvee Pickup Truck

If you’re interested in finding the toughest-looking vehicle on the road, you might want to check out this Humvee. This is a 1992 military Humvee, manufactured by AM General, and it’s the kind of thing that will make people move out of your way. Assuming you’re able to go fast enough to move people out of your way.

Offered by a private seller in Dacula, GA, not far from Atlanta, this Humvee is a 2-door military pickup model, likely sold to the current owner from a federal government surplus auction. Unlike some of these surplus Humvee models, however, this one is street legal: The current owner notes in the Autotrader listing that the Humvee has a clean title and a license plate, meaning it can be driven on the street — though, surely, some states won’t allow it.

So what makes this Humvee so tough? Unlike civilian-specification Hummer models, with sound deadening, climate control and radios, the military version is a bare-bones work truck designed to do a job — namely, go to war. This one touts a military beige paint job, the same crazy off-roading capabilities as the civilian Hummer, and an open pickup truck bed — though there are some images where the current owner has a huge canvas roof covering it.

If you’re interested, this Humvee shows just 28,000 miles, and it’s being offered by the current seller for just $16,500, which is a bargain compared to civilian models — if you can live without the luxuries.

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