The Harley-Davidson Ford F150 truck lives again, but at a price
Most of you remember the Harley-Davidson-badged Ford trucks, right? They were built between 1999 (introduced to great fanfare at Sturgis that year, incidentally) and 2012 in limited quantities, and for over a decade gave owners of Milwaukee-based iron something to smile about when hauling sheetrock to the remodel site or kids (or grandkids, more likely) to the park.
Well, they are back, but in a different form, outfitted now in spectacular fashion by specialty maker Tuscany Motor Co., a division of suspension gurus Fox Factory. The 2019 Ford F150-based Harley-Davidson truck has a massive list of features and upgrades, including 22-inch Fat Boy-style wheels, trick BDS Suspension componentry including Fox performance shocks, a ram-air hood, Harley-Davidson badging galore, tuned Flowmaster exhaust, billet and painted parts all over the place, custom leather seat covers, special Harley-Davidson embroidery, H-D logo floor mats, billet racing pedals and a whole lot more.
The thing has a very bad-ass look, but owning one of the three color combinations – Agate Black, White Platinum or Leadfoot Grey – will cost ya, with retail prices in the $90,000s. That’s a lot of money, but you know what they always say, right? You can’t take it with ya. So you’ve got that going for ya, as Greenskeeper Carl used to say.