Harley-Davidson have been building special edition F-Series pickups
for almost a decade. Since 1999 they’ve created eleven
different models. Well, we’ve just caught the upcoming twelfth
iteration, and it's the biggest and baddest one yet.
to the 2009 Harley-Davidson Edition Ford F-450 - a dual-rear-wheel, one-and-one-half-ton
hauler with a curb weight of 8,700-lbs and the capability to tow 24,500-lbs,
or about 24 Harley Heritage Softail motorcycles.
A well loaded
F-450 costs about $55,000 and we’re expecting the
Harley-Davidson Edition F-450 will easily break the $60K barrier. For
that kind of money you’ll get blue tribal flames etched in the
paint, a chromed grille and side vents, Harley-Davidson’s name
embossed in the cargo box sides, a Harley badge on the tailgate, unique
wheels with Harley-Davidson shields in the center caps and a fancy black
leather interior with (you guessed it) even more Harley badging.
In the photo
above, you'll see two small holes in the upper right of the side vent.
They're mount points for another Harley-Davidson logo, of course.
are expected to the F-450's 6.4-liter Power Stroke
diesel V8 engine.
star and Ford spokesman Toby Keith calls the Ford F-450 the "Big
Dog Daddy" of pickups. We’ll call this version "Big Hog