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  1. bob December 11, 2015 at 11:32 am Permalink

    I called iron planet to find out if the sf-97 had ohv on it and could I get a sf-97 form I was told that since i had a Florida title already that may be a problem they said they would call me back but never did. I didn’t think it was going to be this much trouble . with all the stuff I read about the Humvees and what is on iron planets web site about Humvees heading to the highway I thought that with the way people are suing everybody this day and age that it would clear them . because they sold it as a off road only I’m told that some states don’t have inspections don’t know if its true or not. I didn’t buy my truck for profit I just bought it because I always wanted one

    • John February 9, 2016 at 9:04 pm Permalink

      Bob…Good News fellow Floridians and to ALL Humvee Owners!!!
      After 4 months of patiently waiting and politely asking at the DMV here in Jacksonville, FL, They finally granted me a title, tag, and registration on my now street legal 1987 AM General HMMWV M998. This afternoon around 4 pm, DMV (Jacksonville) called me and told me to come in so they can change my title to “street legal”. It was registered as: 1987 AM General UT (utility vehicle), I guess they get tired of seeing me in their office almost weekly and finally decided to give it to me. I found out from DMV Regional Office (which is in Tampa) that the decision is up to the county of DMV where you belong, so that is exactly what I told the DMV in Jacksonville according to the Regional Office. And today at exactly 4:38 pm, DMV Jacksonville handed me my tag, registration, and title that cost me $184.70 (went up a little ‘coz I pick a Coast Guard license plate, for obvious reason that I am a retired Cost Guard). Now I am a proud OWNER and DRIVER of a Humvee. There is always a light at the end of the tunnel just be PATIENT and be POLITE to DMV staff. Shoot me an email If you have any questions.

      • Casey March 10, 2016 at 11:13 pm Permalink

        Hey I was wondering what steps you took to getting a tag as I am in the process myself please let me know anything would be a huge help. Thanks

      • Trent Barry April 9, 2016 at 7:04 pm Permalink

        John Please I know you do not know me But my name is Trent Barry I live here in Jacksonville Florida could you tell me the name of the clerk that you used..I’ll buy you lunch. I’ll flat out pay you something. (904) 747-8017 cell

      • Darin January 27, 2017 at 7:53 pm Permalink

        dmv in palm beach gave me a legal title and tag for street use and then called me the day after telling me to return my title and go to regional office thoughts

      • Tom March 16, 2017 at 2:50 pm Permalink

        Hello, I am retired and have time to invest in the hours needed to get a title/tag. I too live in Jacksonville and want to pull the trigger and buy one, but am willing to listen to your frustrations and method, but most importantly would love to see your Humvee. Do you still have it? Thx in advance, Tom

      • anayannisjj November 4, 2017 at 4:26 pm Permalink

        Your eMAil caught my eye. I too recently purchased a 1989 HUMVEE M998 from Iron Planet with Title from the US Gov’t. There is a red ink stamp at the top og the title that says: “OFF ROAD USE ONLY”.
        The Wx. is getting a bit chilly so will not be able to work on her much longer to get her “Street Legal” before next year.
        Can you write down a List of all the items you had to do to get your Hummer “Street Legal” (and how or what you used).
        Mine needs a license plate frame & light, etc. Following items work:
        o – Headlights work,
        o – Windshield Wipers work,
        o – All Seat-belts work

        Thanks much – – John / sends
        Home: (301) 330-4548

    • Smoke February 16, 2016 at 11:57 pm Permalink

      Iron Planet and their so called Gov Planet has to be one of the worst costumer service nightmares I have ever seen. If I hadn’t kept on them to get me my Humvee I don’t think id have it to this day. It is sad that you have to pay for a bill of sale and on top of that to call them every month just to see what is going on, and trust me there were a lot of phone calls. I couldn’t be happier with my Humvee and especially that I waited forever to actually have one. But with that being said I will never buy from Gov Planet again.

      • Janodin February 22, 2016 at 6:26 am Permalink

        My huemmr gets My huemmr gets about 12 mpg in town. Not much worse than any other lifted truck with oversized tires. And I love mine. Perfect for the Arizona desert. Was this answer helpful?

      • greenie chickie March 14, 2017 at 11:31 pm Permalink

        iron planet sucks a lotm The attorneys who own the co make sure they get every nickel but we can go to hell for them. In alabama the govplanet guy put our 998s in a redneck tow truck lot called allens towing or something. This fat *** bald **** in byron ga sits in a mobile home and acts like hes more than a frikkin vulture in a crap tow truck. He beat my 998 with a sledge hammer and busted it up good before bringing it out to the street. I know why he was teased in middle school n called the ‘2 inch wonder’.

  2. Hakan Duzagadusmez February 21, 2016 at 3:02 pm Permalink

    I just bought one from Iron Planet but awaiting for them to call me so that I can do ahead pick up my HMMWV, from what I see I will be going through hell to get it. I was so happy to see that I might be able to get my tag here in FL. Any help and heads up would be appreciated. Thank you all

  3. Adam Thompson May 16, 2016 at 9:50 pm Permalink

    Is IronPlanet/GovPlanet the only contractor allowed to disperse the humvees? Is there another source?

  4. Al form Denver May 26, 2016 at 5:57 am Permalink

    Hello from Denver Colorado .. So Here in Denver I am trying to work through the headache after waiting 7 months and spending $10,5000. on the M998 plus %10 fee $1050.00 to GovPlanet and $50. transaction fee. puts that at $11,600. and State sales tax $336.40 and County tax at $127.60 and City sales tax $423.40 for the grand Total of $12,487.40 now add shipping from Hill AFB Utah $1075.00 so far spent $13,562.40.
    So I went to the local DMV office (Arapahoe County) Denver suburb.
    I was told to get a VIN verification first after spending almost 2 hours in line and sitting at the window for 40 minutes as the officials where trying to get that bewildered look at the SF 97 form, not knowing the “M998 was a Hummer truck”. I have the M998 sitting at a local garage that will change the fluids and check it out which will be more money spent, (btw I am not rich just maintenance mechanic that works making $25. dollars per hour, I have sold may Kaiser M715 that I have had for the last 20 years sold for $8,000. and had to save the rest..) Expensive so far it is .. I will have to go back to the DMV to get some temp plates and truck insurance tomorrow. I see here is the problem is that at the top of the “Certificate to Obtain Title to a Vehicle” it is stamped in RED letters as “OFF-ROAD USE ONLY” and that threw them for a loop.. The M998 is a 1993 Mfg. by AM General with 21000 miles and ex-USAF M998 truck. I plan to take photos of the M998 and get all the documents which are needed as I will list them in order. 1. SF97 which is a long number as it is a designated Certificate Number. and 2. is the Notary paper that was sent by GovPlanet to me with the SF97 by FedEx after 7 months of waiting to get the EUC from them (and I am ex USAF with a good DD-214) and living at the same address for 30 years here in Denver Colorado). 3. M998 insurance proof. 4. Photos of the M998. 5. VIN number verification from State Police or a private company for a greater fee as it costs $20. from the State of Colorado. So if you add up the years the M998 is 23 years old M998 and I think it’s “Insane to have spent $13,562.40. so far on such and old vehicle” now it need’s a doors and a top and paint job and other things so the reality is this is NOT going to be cheep ownership.. So long for now I will post and here is a email “” Al..

    • Site Administration May 26, 2016 at 9:50 am Permalink

      Government officials are never fun to deal with; but, the title will be worth it. Let us know how your endeavor works out. Thank you for sharing. We appreciate your service as well.

    • Site Administration June 20, 2016 at 11:14 pm Permalink

      Any update on your process at this time, Al?

  5. jj June 4, 2016 at 2:08 am Permalink

    the fs a problem..same here in texas……its been a get this thing road worthy………

    • sean December 21, 2016 at 10:13 am Permalink

      what finnaly happened did you get it on the road?

    • Steve December 16, 2017 at 4:49 pm Permalink

      Hello, I’m Steve, I’m also in ( San Antonio) Texas. I’m about to bid on a Humvee myself. I was wondered if you ever got your vehicle set to drive on public roads? If you did, How many hoops did you have to jump though?

  6. Derek June 11, 2016 at 8:12 am Permalink

    Geez. I didn’t realize the title issue was that difficult. I lucked out, mine was in a museum and already state titled. Keep us posted.

  7. troy July 1, 2016 at 4:01 pm Permalink

    What is the rear curtain for a soft top M998 part number. Not the whole top but just the divider. My did not have it with the Humvee on the day of the pickup. Thanks

    • Site Administration July 1, 2016 at 11:37 pm Permalink

      Based on the information we have available, there are 3 variants based on color:

      4 PAOFF 2540014504018 19207 12340737-6 CURTAIN ASSEMBLY,VE CAMOUFLAGE PART 1
      OF KIT P/N 57K3496……………..

      4 PAOFF 2540013306171 19207 12340737-2 CURTAIN,VEHICULAR TAN PART OF KIT 1
      P/N 57K0156…………………….

      4 PAOFF 2540013306171 19207 12340737-2 CURTAIN,VEHICULAR TAN PART OF KIT 1
      P/N 57K0156…………………….

      12340737 should be the base part number with the -# designating the color matching your M998.

  8. Mig July 26, 2016 at 10:32 pm Permalink

    All…I got a regular legal tender Florida title through for my 1994 M998 HMMWV. It cost just under $1K and took about 7 weeks. I live in SE Florida so this was perfect. I already had collectors insurance on my Deuce through Gulfway Insurance and got the M998 added to the policy. I had no issue with my DMV application for a antique plate….you have to send in a copy of your title and insurance card.

    FYI…in florida, if you have a vehicle that you only drive so often to events, parades, etc. you can get an antique plate for a former Military vehicle regardless of age for a one time registration fee of $46.50. Yup, no more yearly registration fee.

    Link to antique/permanent plate application…..

  9. Lyndle Parks December 30, 2016 at 7:03 pm Permalink

    I have a nephew who sells them.

  10. Ryan March 5, 2017 at 10:03 pm Permalink

    Hello everyone bad news here in Minnesota I recently bought a m998 from a wisconsin with road legal title and plates. So I went to the Dmv and tried transferring title to Minnesota and that went good until I received letter from dmv with original title from wisconsin stating I need to return tabs and plates cause this is an off road only vehicle so now what to do gonna call the state in morning seems crazy it was ok in Wi but not mn stuck with a large loan on something I can’t use BS.. any ideas would be great

    • Site Administration March 6, 2017 at 2:46 pm Permalink

      We hate to hear that. That is happening from time to time in a few other states as well. What was the vehicle called on the title? We suspect that the DMV’s are searching for a particular term to look for these trucks. Our take is that it would be hard to pull the tags/registration since you already paid, but of course renewal will be an issue in the future.

    • MG July 19, 2017 at 2:51 pm Permalink

      I’m from Wisconsin and looking to buy. Is it still titled in WI?

  11. Omar Guerrero June 5, 2017 at 10:53 pm Permalink

    Hi There. I am Prior military (11B) Infantry. I didn’t get enough of the Humvee, so I got one. 1989 6.2L. I was able to pick mine up after 6 weeks. I’ve been working on it, fixing the items that needed replacing, I got a temp plate, got it inspected ( Inspection Certificate), and now I’m waiting for the SF97 and I hope that When I go get the DV License plate they don’t give me any more trouble. (1) I have Insurance, (2) Inspection Certificate, and hope to get my SF97. I hope that that will be enough to get the registration.

  12. Omar guerrero June 11, 2017 at 5:50 pm Permalink

    I was unable to get a license plate for my m998. They said off road only. That if I wanted to call the regional office they will provide a phone number.I went to the Texas department of transportation Web site. All I found was the application VTR-135 Rev 01/16.Application for former military vehicle license plate. I will try that for now. I will post again later.

  13. Omar Guerrero July 8, 2017 at 3:56 pm Permalink

    finally, I got my registration. If you have any questions please call me. 830-221-8600

  14. omar July 9, 2017 at 9:18 am Permalink

    On July 7th, I received my humvee registration in Texas. It can be done, you need that guy that can get it done. You can try all you want, be the most kind person in the world, but it will not happen for you. You can, if you have Doug Smith on your side.

  15. MG July 23, 2017 at 1:28 pm Permalink

    I’m from Wisconsin, which is one of the States that allow tile and tags. Does anyone have any advice on the procedure to register as a road worthy vehicle? Is there any verbiage I should avoid or use when filling out the application?

  16. Richard August 28, 2017 at 8:00 pm Permalink

    Got my m998 a couple months ago. Spent 4000.00 on doors, covers,brush guard,new lights,all new fluids and filters. Going to dmv again tomorrow to try and obtain title and tags.

  17. Dave Bergey January 13, 2018 at 12:53 pm Permalink

    I picked up my gov planet M998 at Hill Air Force base in Utah. 12/2017. As of recently, Idaho wont issue title or plates for this or any military vehicle newer than 1967. Previously issued titles are grandfathered in. That way, farmers and local gov. agencies using these surplus vehicles for fire fighting, harvesting, etc. can continue as before. I have written state political officials, and was told it will take a statuatory fix to remedy this. Should know more in 2 months. As of now, I have a cherry 998 that I cant use. My SF97 is stamped “Off road use only” like all of them.

    • Site Administration January 15, 2018 at 1:11 pm Permalink

      Thank you for sharing! Yeah, some of the states are pushing back once they find out Humvees are getting the proper paperwork. You might try titling in another state and transferring it in.

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