Able to absorb scuffs, this tough Harley-Davidson-branded F-150 is ‘painted’ from top to bottom with a beige bedliner. Originally, White Platinum Pearl, the now-textured 2019 SuperCrew is now an Official Harley-Davidson truck from Tuscany Motors. The big four-door is loaded with upgraded running gear, tinted windows, and a deluxe interior package.
Hosing down a next-to-new Lariat with bedliner might seem odd, but it has appeal—lots, in fact. This beige rig recently sold for $66,000 at Bring a Trailer auctions. Introduced in 2000, the ‘Born in Detroit, dressed in Milwaukee’ special-edition Harley-Davidson F-150 was built by Ford until 2012. As of late, specialists have taken over the rebadging duties
New, the SuperCrew was delivered to Ken Grody Ford in Buena Park, California. After racking up a scant 15k miles, it was scooped up for its custom treatment. As a certified Approved Special Vehicles Manufacturer of Ford, Tuscany Motors runs four manufacturing facilities in Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, and Indiana. Along with the Official Harley-Davidson truck, they offer a couple of other awesome conversions.
Starting at ground-level, this clean, bedliner SuperCrew, rolls on some seriously nice rims. The black-finished and contrast cut cast wheels are the 22” GD Series from Grid Off-Road, wrapped with Toyo Open Country tires. A premium ride is furnished by BDS Suspension components in conjunction with Fox Factory shocks. At the back end, aftermarket traction bars keep everything following nicely in line.
Fancy wheels do not amount to much without proper forward motivation. Loaded with a 5.0L Ti-VCT V8, the once-upon-a-Lariat easily dishes out 395 HP. Now fitted with a Whipple supercharger and a carbon-fiber high-flow air intake, educated guesses place the powertrain output in the 700+ horsepower range. A 10-speed automatic transmission and dual-range transfer case take care of power distribution.
The Tuscany Motors’ rework adds a new level of styling. For added privacy, this Official Harley-Davidson F-150 gets dark-tinted glass all around. Power-deployed illuminated running boards make entry and exit a breeze, while an LED light bar integrated into the front bumper throws out some extra brightness. Dual exhaust, with orange accents, round out the unmistakable Milwaukee makeover.
The interior was treated to equally lavish detailing. Tuscany Motors states, “Covered in motorcycle-grade premium leather, the stylish seats provide a comfortable yet familiar ride. The door panel, dash, steering wheel, and center console are refinished in black for a cohesive look.” Harley-Davidson embossed gauges and a ‘Numbered Edition Console Emblem’ make no mistake about the truck’s brand affiliation.
Tuscany Motors offers more than seventy proprietary components, along with an additional performance package for the brand-loyal conversion. Harley-Davidson can claim the highway throne with its iconic Road King, but this custom F-150 easily earns its status as ‘King of the Road.’ Sold new for $97,710, the auction price starts to look like a royal deal.
Source: Ford Truck Enthusiasts