The idea to merge icons like the Ford F-150 and Harley-Davidson
seems like the perfect paring today, but back in 2000 it was
revolutionary. Not only was this truck the first year of the iconic
pairing, but also this is a low numbers from the limited-edition
production. So it's an instant classic, and as you look over the
condition of this F-150, you'll see it has been treated with that
level of respect from day one.
There is an attitude shared with the right trucks and the right motorcycles. A stepside F-150 all dressed in black instantly conveys power and sleekness - something the best choppers do, too. And you're looking at an example where the factory-applied finish still has so much luster that it looks like this truck was forged from onyx. And this even has sleek color-matched features, like the sport bumpers and hard tonneau bed cover with integrated brake light. The reason why this looks so nice is you're looking at #13 during the first-ever run of this now-legendary package. The Harley-Davidson orange pinstripe is the perfect way to highlight how straight the body is while also adding to this truck's overall attitude. And the brightwork on this is very purposeful, too. The billet grille, tubular step rails, and special Harley-Davidson badging are standouts that people love to see. And the way the exclusive 20-inch H-D alloys shine are going to have people pointing them out wherever you go.
Inside, the full special edition packaging continues. You've got Harley-Davidson logos on the dash, center console, and exclusive gauge package. Plus, there's a special set of sport leather seats up front that have the H-D- logo embossed in the headrest. So even inside, you are constantly reminded that this is a special edition pickup. More than just a limited edition, these were also expensive and loaded. So you get a ton of great features, like power seats, power windows, power locks, keyless entry & alarm, tilt column, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And because this is an extended cab pickup, with rear opening half-door, you have the extra practicality of carrying everything from extra friends to extra gear for your motorcycle.
Under the hood is the original 5.4-liter V8. This might be the hard-working heart of this truck, but it looks like it has been pampered from day one (and we even have the maintenance records to prove it.) That means you have a terrific fuel-injected powerhouse that provides plenty of power to tow the bikes or just get ahead of traffic. In fact, while this has low mileage, you can tell it was built for the long haul. Cruise control, power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive make the miles effortless near or far.
The sale comes with the right paperwork, including the original warranty card, owner's manual, and the maintenance records. You know how special it is to find a low-number Harley-Davidson truck from its inaugural year. So don't let this opportunity slip away, call today!
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