Getting its name from the simulated woodgrain bed the Lincoln
Blackwood was created in 2002 which would be the only year it was
produced. These luxury trucks were a combo of a Lincoln Navigator
and the Ford F150. All of them are identical and only 3,356 were
made making the the rarest model line for Lincoln in history. They
are very unique trucks and MotorTrend even referred to them as an
"underappreciated classic." They were packed with all the luxury
features you could ask for including the power opening bed cover
and stainless storage areas with LED lighting. This 1 is all stock
except the front seats have been recovered. Check out the following
table from Edmunds to get an idea of all the stock features they
have to offer.
Engine Type Gas
Transmission 4-speed automatic
Drive Type Rear wheel drive
Combined MPG 13
Total Seating 4
Fuel & MPG
Combined MPG 13
EPA mileage est. (cty/hwy) 11/15 mpg
Fuel tank capacity 25 gal.
Range in miles (cty/hwy) 275/375 mi.
Base engine size 5.4 L
Base engine type Gas
Cam type Double overhead cam (dohc)
Horsepower 300 hp @ 5,000 rpm
Torque 355 lb-ft @ 2,750 rpm
Turning circle 45.9 ft.
Towing & Hauling
Max Towing Capacity 8,700 lbs.
Max Payload Capacity 1,200 lbs.
2 front headrests
2 rear headrests
auto delay off headlamps
child seat anchors
dual front side-mounted airbags
dusk sensing headlamps
electronic brakeforce distribution
front and rear seatbelt pretensioners
front fog/driving lights
remote anti-theft alarm system
Rear door child safety locks
Turn signal mirrors
Ventilated front disc / solid rear disc brakes
140 watts stereo output
7 total speakers
Alpine premium brand stereo system
rear volume controls
speed sensitive volume control
AM/FM in center console-CD , CD-controller stereo
Multi-CD located in center console
Comfort & Convenience
front and rear cupholders
front and rear door pockets
front seatback storage
overhead console with storage
rear parking sensors
retained accessory power
speed-proportional power steering
tilt-adjustable steering wheel
universal remote transmitter (for garage door, security system,
12V rear and 12V cargo area power outlet(s)
Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel
cargo area light
electrochromatic inside rearview mirror
front and rear reading lights
leather and wood steering wheel
leather trim on center console
turn signal in mirrors
wood trim on dash
wood trim on doors
Dual illuminating vanity mirrors
Rear floor mats
Single zone front climate control
1 one-touch power windows
digital keypad power door locks
Front Seat Dimensions
6 -way power driver seat
6 -way power passenger seat
bucket front seats
heated driver seat
heated passenger seat
height adjustable driver seat
height adjustable passenger seat
ventilated driver seat
ventilated passenger seat
Driver seat with manual adjustable lumbar support
Front head room 38.5 in.
Front hip room 61.3 in.
Front leg room 41 in.
Front shoulder room 64 in.
Passenger seat with manual adjustable lumbar support
Rear Seat Dimensions
rear ventilation ducts with fan control
Folding rear seatback
Rear head room 39.2 in.
Rear hip Room 58.4 in.
Rear leg room 37.4 in.
Rear shoulder room 64 in.
Bed Length 56.3 in.
Curb weight 5,580 lbs.
Front track 65.4 in.
Gross weight 6,800 lbs.
Ground clearance 7.9 in.
Height 73.6 in.
Length 220.2 in.
Maximum payload 1,200 lbs.
Maximum towing capacity 8,700 lbs.
Overall Width without Mirrors 78 in.
Rear track 65.4 in.
Wheel base 138.5 in.
Tires & Wheels
fullsize matching spare tire
underbody mounted spare tire
18 x 8 in. wheels
All season tires
Alloy spare wheel
P275/55R S tires
front independent suspension
short and long arm front suspension
solid live axle rear suspension
Give this luxury pickup a new home for only $9,750.00!
2002 Lincoln Blackwood Pickup
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