Harley-Davidson-themed 2019 Ford F-150 debuts at the Chicago Auto Show
You might recall seeing Harley Davidson themed Ford F-150s running around roads in the past.
Between 2000 and 2012, the motorcycle manufacturer and Ford teamed up to sell about 70,000 of the co-branded pickups, and after a hiatus, it's back for 2019.
To Harley Davidson Ford F-150, once again focuses primarily on aesthetics to recall all the design and styling cues of Milwaukee motorcycles.
Note, for instance the 22 inch fat boy wheels, as well as the abundant orange accents all over the outside of the show truck.
There's a new hood too as well as the front bumper with this LED light bulb.
Of course, it's not just about looks.
This F-150 rides on a lifted suspension with custom Fox shock absorbers and it's got new 35-inch tires wrapped around those big wheels.
The exhaust has been re-tuned, too, to give the truck a more Harley-like sound.
Move inside and, yes, there's even more Harley branding and orange accent pieces As well as a numbered badge on the [UNKNOWN].
Pricing for the Harley Davidson F-150 starts at 85.000 dollars, so I think it's safe to say that this is an exercise for the people who really really love Harley Davidson, at least you can use a truck to tow your actual Harley as well.
All the trucks are based on an F-150 super [UNKNOWN] with a 5 liter V8 engine, though you can upgrade to a 3.5 liter eco boost V6 if you like The trucks are built by an Indiana Company called Tuscany Motor Company and will be sold at participating Ford dealers nationwide.
For more on this truck as well as reviews of the standard F 150, be sure to visit us at the roadshow.com.
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