One of the coolest pickup truck stories to come out of the 2019 Chicago Auto Show is the return of the Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson — we finally get one back! It's been several years, as far back as 2012, since the last time we saw a Harley-Davidson F-150. But Tuscany Motor Co. has created a special edition and is showing it off on the floor of the Chicago Auto Show — and we got to go underneath and inside to take a closer look.
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A lot of customization went into this particular special edition, not the least of which is a 4-inch BDS Suspension lift to accommodate 35-inch Toyo Open Country tires. It also has a custom dual exhaust that gives this a perfect hybrid exhaust note between a high-performance pickup truck and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
The standard engine for this package is the 5.0-liter V-8, but you can opt for the twin-turbo 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6. We like a lot of the different accents, the attention to detail in this package, both with the orange accents, blackout grille and also with a whole bunch of different Harley emblems all around this vehicle — but our favorite feature is the 22-inch Fat Boy custom wheels.
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For the rest of our impressions of the Harley-edition F-150, watch the video above. And be sure to check out the rest of our pickup truck coverage from the 2019 Chicago Auto Show, where our full team of automotive journalists was on site to bring you all the action straight from the show floor. The show runs through Monday, so if you're blowing through the Windy City this coming weekend and hope to see this Harley truck for yourself, head to the show for your chance.
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