Complaints: The Harley-Davidson F-150 is over the top, sort of like a Hell's Angel toting a cargo bed for eternal punishment. It's totally in-your-face, which doesn't go over well with some motorists, who automatically assume that anyone bold or crazy enough to drive a truck like that is up to no good. Praise: The Harley-Davidson F-150 is over the top, which delights the recalcitrant rebel in me, bringing a smile to my face and a transient sense of power and independence to my being. This is by no means a practical pickup. Any F-150, or one of its myriad rivals, would be better suited for real truck work. This one is sheer fun. Capacities: It's a Supe rCab model, which means it seats four adults in comfort, five with a squeeze. Depending on equipment chosen, the Harley-Davidson F-150 can haul a payload of up to 2,893 pounds and pull trailer weight up to 13,800 pounds. The test vehicle came with a 25-gallon fuel tank. Regular unleaded worked fine. Mileage: Not much. Barely 16 miles per gallon on highway runs. Not a Sierra Club candidate. Price: Whatever the market can get. This is a specialty truck. Start thinking in the $30,000 range. Purse-strings note: A very attractive "want" truck surrounded by high-quality competitors that do a good job of meeting "needs" at a lower price. Check out Chevrolet Silverado, Dodge Ram 1500, Toyota Tundra.