Somewhere out of the “bone pile” or off one of our other ranches, brother Tim towed in a relatively stripped HMMWV for us to work on as a project.
The powertrain was missing, as was the windshield, headlights, reflectors, seats, and lots of other stuff. It was unloaded and taken out to the vehicle parking area. Our main website picture shows it being towed by the M998 on its way to the front shop with the four-poster lift.
We started this website to document issues with repair, maintenance, and restoration of the various HMMWV (or HUMVEE®) vehicles. All information provided on this website is our own findings and opinions, please conduct your own research to verify and confirm applicability of our information to your situation.
My brother, Tim Grundman (owner of Big Dawg Diesel Worx, LLC) introduced all of us to the utility of HMMWVs. This picture was taken at the ranch in January, 2018. Tim’s son Thomas is pictured. Thomas became very familiar with HMMWVs and more during his tour in Iraq.