Ford Offers World Series Special-Edition F-150

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In the ever-expanding search for the next great half-ton pickup truck special edition, it's possible Ford has stumbled upon a unique package that could last forever, or at least until major league baseball stops playing the World Series.

The 2016 Ford F-150 MVP — most valuable pickup, get it? — is not only built at Ford's Kansas City, Mo., production plant, it is offered in only two colors — Oxford White or Blue Flame — in honor of the 2015 World Series champions, the Kansas City Royals. The MVP limited-run F-150 XLT SuperCrew will have unique badging, polished-steel lower rocker panels and a spray-in bedliner.

Ford will produce just 300 MVPs, and they'll only be available through Kansas City-area dealerships. Although Ford produced a Ranger MVP in 1985, when the Royals last won the World Series, this is the first time the popular F-150 has been used as a platform for this package. Pricing will likely start in the middle $40,000s, and it will be available in both 4x4 and 4x2 with either the EcoBoost or 5.0-liter V-8 engine.

No word on whether this might become a yearly special edition to support local dealerships and possibly the hometown charities of whatever team wins the World Series, or whether football and basketball also will get special-edition F-150s.

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Go below johnny doe! Do what you are best at!!

Y'all are getting so butt hurt over a f*cking trim.

Hey trailerparksrgreat. Maybe you can refer to some major magazines like MT that said this:

The Denali’s standard magnetorheological shock absorbers split our editorial panel, with some thinking the ride is pretty decent (“Impressive bump mitigation with the MRC shocks,” editor-in-chief Ed Loh said. “Need to see what the ride is like head to head between MRC-equipped GMT and a Ram 1500 with air suspension.”) and some thinking it was under-controlled when not hitting moguls and whoops. (“The ride is a lot looser, but I guess it has its place on the sort of unfinished back roads trucks live on,” Reynolds said.)

And C/D said it had a firm ride and it was a much better ride with the vette. I would have attached the quote but they do not allow copy and paste. So go back to your trailerpark little cobalt boy.

Looks like johnny welfare doe was in the slow line at the food stamp bank today. He had time to search youtube. What an idiot.

And C/D said it had a firm ride and it was a much better ride with the vette. I would have attached the quote but they do not allow copy and paste. So go back to your trailerpark little cobalt boy.

Posted by: LMAO or maybe the new sylvester | Mar 30, 2016 7:45:49 PM

I should have been that the vette had a better ride with the magnetic shocks.

Your right. This is only a colour option, so not exactly ground breaking Globally

Nope LMAO I've been checking out brand new Chevy Colorado's all day. Found a nice load Z71 got it down to 29k, might get it tomorrow not sure. Don't really need another truck but its a smoke n deal.


At least its not black on black like gov motors or Mtn Dew yellow like the TX Fiat...

Cant get excited about stickers, wheels, badges and spray in bedliner packages.

Special Editions's'.

Just another way to fleece buyers.

GM, Ram, and Ford are all guilty of it.

but as long as it makes the buyer happy and the company rich we will keep on seeing them.

PUTC's blog continues to race to the bottom.

@Lou_BC ,

Not only American Trucks do this but Honda, Toyota, Nissan, VW etc all have lame special editions.
Toyota has Texas series trucks,a 1776 series cheap badge saying 1776 and a few years ago Honda had a dragon Civic, basically a Civic with cheap dragon stickers lol...Nissan has sticker packages as well..

Every manufacturer is guilty of lame special editions..Once in awhile they hit it on the head and make a home run...Some look good,but most are LAME..This Ford is one of the worst I have seen since the Dragon Civic...Very,Very Lame..shame on you Ford !

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