EV Edition 1, Predator and Alpha Wagon Among Collectible Hummers Crossing the Block with No Reserve at Barrett-Jackson’s 2022 Houston Auction
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. ‒ October 3, 2022 – Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions, will feature an extraordinary docket that includes several highly desirable custom and EV Edition Hummers during its 2022 Houston Auction at NRG Center, October 20-22, 2022. The adventure-driven SUVs crossing the block in Houston represent one of the most diverse groups of collectible Hummers offered by Barrett-Jackson. Among the stars of the auction will be two coveted 2022 EV Edition 1 pickups, each of which is powered by three electric motors producing an estimated 1,000 total horsepower.
“With significant demand from bidders, we’ve seen several custom and EV Hummers cross our auction block in 2022, and our upcoming Houston Auction will feature another diverse grouping of these popular American-built SUVs,” said Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “One of the most popular electric vehicles on the market, the 2022 EV Edition 1 pickup is a modern masterpiece, and we have two selling with No Reserve at our Houston Auction.”
A one-owner vehicle with 98 actual miles, the 2022 Hummer EV Edition 1 pickup (Lot #725) is an extraordinary vehicle. It boasts a 350-mile range on a full charge and can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds, per GM estimates. Power is supplied by three electric motors, which draw from a 212-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack. This Hummer EV is equipped with 18-inch aluminum wheels wrapped in 35-inch Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires, an adaptive air ride suspension system with Extract Mode, which raises the truck up to 6 inches, a MultiPro tailgate, an infinity roof with removable transparent sky panels and a 14-speaker Bose surround sound system.
Lot #726 is a custom 2003 Hummer H1 Predator with a Duramax conversion, which features a 6.6-liter Duramax diesel engine equipped with a Duramax-654 Garrett GT37 AVNT turbo kit. The custom RaptorQ computer tune helps push its power output to 450 horsepower and 900 ft/lbs of trailblazing torque. Finished in Corris Grey and black with an exterior steel skin, the interior features black leather seats, a MOMO steering wheel hub, an aftermarket Clarion Bluetooth radio, a Yaesu transmitter radio and a flat-screen television mounted in the middle dash.
Also crossing the block with No Reserve is a 2006 Hummer H1 Alpha Wagon (Lot #751) powered by its factory Duramax 6600 6.6-liter V8 32-valve turbo-diesel engine. One of only 417 H1 Alpha Wagons produced, this SUV is equipped with Hella HID fog lights, Dick Cepek electronically adjustable shocks, Military FLIR night-vision camera system, Hummer Adventure package, bumper-integrated winch and brush guard, Alpine touchscreen stereo system and custom made-to-fit Vizualogic rear headrest tablet WiFi LCD screens.
“If you want one of the most popular American-built SUVs on the market, make plans to see us in Houston,” said Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. “These go-anywhere Hummers are some of the most rugged machines on the planet, and I look forward to seeing the excitement amongst our bidders when each of these cross the auction block and sell with No Reserve.”
Lot #760 is a 2000 AM General Hummer H1 Predator with a complete drivetrain conversion from Predator Inc., including a Predator-built 6.6-liter Duramax turbo-diesel V8 engine mated to a Predator Stage-4 Allison 6-speed automatic transmission. Tuned with Predator’s proprietary high-output RapTorq ECM, this Hummer also features a Predator high-flow 4-inch exhaust system and additional Predator upgrades such as a high-performance aluminum intercooler, aluminum radiator, Predator Duramax cooling package and a Porsche Miami Blue exterior completed by Predator in 2020.
Additional Hummers crossing the block during the Barrett-Jackson Houston Auction include a 1994 Hummer H1 custom SUV (Lot #714). The full frame-off custom build was a cover vehicle for Survivor’s Edge magazine. The 1993 AM General Hummer “Brute Alpha” custom SUV (Lot #683) underwent a complete nut-and-bolt frame-off restoration and every part was either new, rebuilt or refurbished. It is powered by an LML Duramax diesel engine backed by an enhanced Allison 1000 transmission.
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