December 20, 2015

US Army HMMWV, 1989 AM General M998

US Army HMMWV, 1989 AM General M998

US Army HMMWV, 1989 AM General M998

This a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV), commonly known as the Humvee built by AM General, it's the successor of the M151 Jeep as utility vehicles which in frontline use. Yes this a US Army HMMWV released in 1989 has a low mileage and excellent condition come with a Trailer already offered in Craigslist about 9 days ago looking for $16000 location in Belfair, Washington.

This a truly off-road truck like appearance, and the seller says that it’s recently been set up as convertible with soft top and soft doors. It could be a perfect 4x4 vehicle come with a solid body frame, diesel was greats with automatic transmission, only 4 man can inside, sold with a trailer. As always please come to see directly for actual condition.

Details by owner
1989 M998 US Army HMMWV and matching trailer.

This GO Anywhere, do anything former US Army Humvee is powered by a rock solid and very dependable GM 6.2L diesel engine and backed by a TH400 automatic. Currently it is set up as a 4 man soft top, with soft doors. I have a 2 man insulated soft top and insulated arctic doors along with the proper door filler panels. This rig has been updated with current fluid and filter changes, 4 MRAP tilt/recline adjustable high back bucket seats. Otherwise, the vehicle remains stock and in excellent running condition. Oil pressure shows from 30-55psi, charging always in the green zone, temp holds perfect. The brakes are in excellent shape and the truck has a low low mileage of 24,450 on the clock.
Everything on this truck functions as it should ! WA Title has been applied for. It is a surplus military truck and it is used, so please expect some scratches, chips, etc ! A fresh coat of paint would really make this truck stand out, but it looks fine as is and always draws attention.

In addition, I am including a matching military trailer. I have used this trailer without any problems, but it does need some new wiring and some tlc to bring back up to proper standards.