105th Anniversary Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 Truck

In 2008 both Ford and Harley-Davidson will celebrate their 105th anniversaries. And to celebrate Ford has unveiled a new version of its Harley-Davidson F-150 truck. It’s the third supercharged version of the high-spec pickup, with ten configurations produced since 1999. Over 60,000 Ford Harley-Davidson trucks have been sold since the first tester model caught the imagination of the American market. Americans love options, so there are a couple of engine configurations available. Standard is the 223kW 5.4-litre Triton V8. But that’s a bit soft compared to long-time Ford tuner Saleen’s blown and intercooled V8 that thunders out 335kW and 677Nm of torque. It comes in 4×2 or all-wheel-drive versions. Obviously, this is a label-basher’s ride with a lot of bling cosmetics. Details like 105th Anniversary Harley-Davidson F-150′ badges on the fenders and tailgate, a chromed-up billet grille, blacked out headlights, color coded everything, body kit goodies, 22-inch forged polished aluminum Colors are traditional black on black, amethyst monochromatic or a new black and vintage copper

5 Responses to “105th Anniversary Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 Truck”

  1. 1 Brian Sep 8th, 2007 at 2:28 pm

    Make a real truck that is affordable, not an overpriced ego trip!!!

  2. 2 Asa Sep 9th, 2007 at 11:55 am

    I wish I had the money for the over priced ego trip truck , I got the real affordable truck now and its nice but this one would be the Cyril Huze verison of a truck COOL to the last peice . Thanks Cyril for showing it to us . Ab

  3. 3 MCSINC75 Sep 10th, 2007 at 3:19 pm

    def dig the lines i had the chevy ss454 what a blast to drive if you can keep tyres on it!!

  4. 4 jatinder Sep 12th, 2007 at 4:09 am

    I agree with guys…its overpriced ego trip truck,moreover there is not anything new and cool about the design.

  5. 5 Gus Sep 14th, 2007 at 1:44 pm

    It is strange that HD celebrates anniversary models every 5 years. This is even more weird.

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