Priced at almost $100,000.
Ford stopped producing Harley-Davidson editions of its F-Series trucks in 2011, bringing to an end a collaboration that had gone back over a decade. But an independent customizer has stepped up to pick up that particular length of slack.
Set to debut in a few days at the Chicago Auto Show, the 2019 Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson edition is the work of the Tuscany Motor Company, an Elkhart, Indiana-based firm that touts itself as the "Ford Motor Company's largest and longest-running specialty vehicle manufacturer." It rolled out a concept truck last summer, but is now bringing it to market.
The list of enhancements is long, and extends far beyond simply slapping on some of the HDMC's iconic shield emblems and calling it a day.
For starters, it rides on a BDS suspension with Fox performance shocks, fitted to a special set of 22-inch Fatboy-style wheels mounted with 35-inch all-terrain tires.
It also gets a Raptor-style ram-air hood scoop, a new crimson-accented honeycomb grille, custom fender flares, LED light bar in the front bumper, tow hooks, custom rear bumper, painted tonneau cover, and more – including, of course, a proliferation of Harley-Davidson badges and lettering inside and out.
Tuscany's officially licensed Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson edition also gets a Flowmaster performance exhaust with dual billet-aluminum tips. The windows are tinted, and the interior's been done up with diamond-quilted leather seats and a smattering of special trim.
The customization doesn't come cheap, though: Tuscany charges $97,415 for the special-edition in Agate Black, $97,710 in White Platinum, and $98,433 in Leadfoot Gray. That makes it more than three times the price of a base F-150, almost twice the price of a Raptor, nearly 50% more than the top F-150 Limited, and even more expensive than a fully loaded F-450 Limited.