A New Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 Rides Again

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It's been more than six years since we've had a Harley-Davidson Ford F-Series pickup truck available for sale, but its back thanks to special-edition custom-truck builder Tuscany Motor Co.

Astute readers will remember that the 2019 Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson concept on display at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show debuted at the Harley Museum in Milwaukee in 2018; it's been greenlighted as a 2019 production truck.

Related: More 2019 Chicago Auto Show Coverage

The new special edition has the full blessing of Harley-Davidson (through the appropriate licensing fees) and is based on a 2019 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Lariat with the 5.0-liter V-8 in 4x2 or 4x4 drivetrain configurations.

The F-150 Harley-Davidson will include many custom-designed standard features such as a 4-inch suspension lift and unique 22-inch Harley-Davidson stamped Fat Boy aluminum wheels.

Other custom body details include a retuned dual exhaust, custom-painted fender flares, bumper and skid plate, and a locking tonneau cover with a huge Harley logo on top. Inside, there are plenty of Harley-Davidson badges on the center console, seats and dashboard, along with painted accents on the doors, dash and steering wheel. Stainless-steel gauges surrounds, billet racing pedals and namesake doorsills round out the interior look.

Tuscany will produce about only 1,000 of these pickups. Pricing for the 2019 F-150 Harley-Davidson starts at around $84,000 and can climb to just less than $100,000. Harley-Davidson F-150s will come in gray, black (pictured) and White Platinum, and have red and black accents throughout.

The 2019 Harley-Davidson F-150s are now available at select Ford dealerships. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson Trucks.

Editor's note: This post was updated Feb. 11, 2019, to correct the amount of the suspension lift.

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Comments

I like the whole truck except the price and the wheels. Those rims are hideous!
Also for that money, the 5.0L needs to be supercharged. Then its worth $80k...maybe

Tuscany is a 3rd party. So it's not really back by Ford. I'd buy one if I had invested more in GM stock.

No pictures of the interior?

$84,000??? How? WHy? that is a ridiculous price for something that doesn't even have performance upgrades.

It's $84k because of the low volume and cost of licensing the Harley name. This is why Ford dropped it years ago. And it's only being made by third part co.

Boy, after hearing about how great the Ecoboost V6 is now in one week Ford has announced new trims and models that will be sold with V8s...

Sometimes you have to pay attention to the things they DON'T mention instead of what they DO say.

Because the Ford logo isn't good enough

This isn't a Ford announcement.

Because THIS TRUCK!!!

NEWS ALERT***NEWS ALERT***NEWS ALERT

For all the guys who were beating the drum for RAM to overtake GM in 2019

Today FCA aka Fiat Chrysler revealed that their 2019 estimates for sales and profitability will be scaled back to address excess dealer inventories and changes in their Jeep lineup. As a result of the Chrysler press release today their share price lost more than 10 percent of its value.

NEWS ALERT***NEWS ALERT***NEWS ALERT

I was wondering if Harley was going to be able to make the 3.5TT sound like a real truck engine, but sounds like they aren't going to even try. 5.0 only.

I test drove a 2019 3.5 Ecoboost Limited a couple weeks ago. Impressive power! Embarrassing exhaust note (compared to my F150 Coyote. Interior (and exhaust note) flat out sucks compared to the Ram Limited.

Boy, after hearing about how great the Ecoboost V6 is now in one week Ford has announced new trims and models that will be sold with V8s...

Sometimes you have to pay attention to the things they DON'T mention instead of what they DO say.


Posted by: papajim | Feb 7, 2019 11:28:18 AM

Boy, you really are an idiot. This trim/special edition is not manufactured by Ford. Never fails for s GM t roll to spew lies.

I was wondering if Harley was going to be able to make the 3.5TT sound like a real truck engine, but sounds like they aren't going to even try. 5.0 only.


Posted by: nlp | Feb 7, 2019 1:27:30 PM

Harley has nothing to do with making this other than licensing the name. It is Tuscany.

@brawndo

I realize that you probably cannot read. Have someone read the name on the truck to you. There's a F-O-R-D logo on the grille.

Who's the idiot?

papadim, You are. It's third party.

@papajim

you just might want to put your blindfold back on when you post

it's the same nonsense with or without

at least with it on you don't have to see everyone laughing at you

Papajim, Tuscany is an aftermarket company. They are owned by Fox.

97 to 98K!?!?!?!

That's INSANE.

Its a cool looking package and I'm glad its got a little more than just orange trim on a black or gray truck. But come on for a loaded F150 with a 2" lift, 22" wheels, pretty gauges, and exhaust that's just too much money. If it includes the Raptors 3.5 HO that helps some. But still.

Licensing and status. Harley hasn't been doing well the last decade. Wonder if the appeal has fallen off as much as their sales.

Ugly exhaust tips...way too much money...good thing it's only a thousand

@PapaJoke

I realize that you probably cannot read. Have someone read the name on the truck to you. There's a F-O-R-D logo on the grille.

Who's the idiot?


Posted by: papajim | Feb 7, 2019 1:41:09 PM

The idiot is you. Read the first paragraph you blind shill. It’s you that is in need of paying attentio

Another money pit ,,

Wouldn't it be easier to buy a modest F150 _AND_ a harley?

This is a giant god awful mess. Imagine the size of ego and lack of self awareness in the clowns who buy this hunk of trash.

Do you get a pair of chaps with a purchase? 😝



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