Hummer H1 Humvee 6.5 Turbo Diesel Street Title

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Hummer
  • Model: H1
  • Year: 1987
  • Mileage: 39,000
  • VIN: 00000000000000000
  • Color: Tan
  • Engine size: 6.5 turbo diesel
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: AWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: North Olmsted, Ohio, United States


vin 035131
I bought my 87 hmmwv 2 yrs ago, from a guy in Chicago. It had a street title so it could go on the street and highway. I had it shipped out. When I got the title it was showing more miles on the title than what was on the odometer. The title is a clear Ohio street title with an odometer issue. it was a 2 pickup in a tired camo paint scheme. It had a 6.2 diesel with a 3 speed transmission, first generation wheels with 36” tires.
I stripped down the 2 door soft top and pickup side rails. Since the original paint is carc,” a nasty paint when sanded” all I could do was lightly sand the truck for adhesion and applied a single stage paint. Color is a 97 hummer h1 tan. I added a 4 door soft top and doors, replaced the old tires and wheels with 2nd generation 2 piece wheels and newer 37” Goodyear mt tires, and added a 2” lift for bigger tires, and added a rear bumper since there wasn’t one from the military at that time. I replaced the beat up seats with newer style high back hmmwv seats. I later decided to get the Kevlar doors and painted over the carc paint.
I drove the truck down to my buddies place so I could use it when ever on his trails. But I never got around to hit the trails. That winter while the roads were dr, I went to take it home and had engine difficulties so I wound up flatbed going it home. It had a bad motor. I researched a solution and bought a slightly used GEP 2011 turbo Diesel
12555506. 01-08-2011 GEP 6.5 turbo diesel with a 4 speed transmission and updated transfer case from a newer hmmwv, possibly a 2011-2012, the motor came with a dual voltage generator which produces both 24 & 12 volts. The 12 volts powers the transmission and accessories. I was told the motor, transmission, and transfer case had about 500 miles on it. So I did the complete swap which took me about 5 months of weekends between the swap and wiring the electronic transmission. I had to change out the front & rear driveshafts and add a 1” body lift for the turbo cross over. This spring I changed out the military instrument panel from the right side, to the civilian hummer h1 instrument which is centered. Also I added a Warn 9000 lb winch, but not wired yet
In a way I had a lot of fun working on the build. The last piece of the tailpipe needs to be installed. The driver side rear hub has a small leak, and get a 12 volt battery for 12 volt accessories .
Feel free to send me a text440-376-2839for any questions. Please look at the photos closely. Thanks for looking.