The Dearborn gas hogs keep on coming, and we mean that in the nicest way possible. Even though Ford recently revealed the all-new at the Chicago auto show — the pickup to wear Harley livery — another rig looks ready to ride with it to Sturgis this summer. Our spies have caught what appears to be the 2010 Ford Harley-Davidson F-250 Super Duty.
The three-quarter-ton Harley F-250's exterior is a bit more subtle than the half-ton F-150’s, letting its 362-horsepower and 457-pounds-feet-of-torque 6.8-liter V-10 do the talking (sorry, no 6.2-liter V-8 in this particular truck). Blue flames jetting from chromed plastic engine vents just behind the front wheels run the length of the truck's tuxedo black exterior. The tailgate wears a Harley-Davidson badge, and "Harley-Davidson" is spelled out in blue lettering on the sides of the cargo box.
Inside, the Harley look and feel continues on the black leather seats, door panels and center console. Strategically placed Harley tags, plaques and jewelry ensure owners always know they're living high in a hog.
We expect to see the new 2010 Ford Harley-Davidson F-250 Super Duty debut before the annual August gathering of Harley-Davidson motorcycle owners in Sturgis, S.D.