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Ford F-250 Harley Davidson Edition Joins Tuscany Motor’s Stable Of Bike Themed Trucks

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When Tuscany Motors unveiled the F-150 and GMC Sierra Harley Davidson edition models, it was very refreshing to see what the company could achieve when given a solid light duty truck platform to work with. But what if your a truck buyer that likes the spirit and heritage that the Harley badge brings, but need a tougher truck to handle higher levels of work and labor? If that is you, then you will appreciate the latest offering from Tuscany, the F-250 Harley Davidson Edition.

Going in an obviously different direction, Tuscany claims that the F-250 is inspired y big Fat Boy motorcycle, and like that two wheeled brute, the F-250 shown here is bold, brash, and jam packed with style. “Working closely with Brad Richards, Vice President of Styling and Design at Harley‑Davidson, we created another fantastic truck worthy of the Harley-Davidson name and coincides with the debut of the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 30th Anniversary motorcycle,” Jeff Burttschell, Vice President of Tuscany Motor Company said about the new truck.

So what do you get when you order an F-250 Harley Davidson Edition? For starters, a familiar suite of styling upgrades for those that are familiar with the F-150 version, with Tuscany engineers giving the rig custom wheels, a BDS suspension lift with Fox sourced shocks, and 37-inch BF Goodrich tires. Bulky fender flares cover the wide wheel arches, while power running boards help occupants (especially shorter folks) get in and out of the truck much easier. The Harley treatment means splashes of orange accents throughout, with the F-250 gaining orange tinted accents on the front grille and fender vents. A tweaked front fascia features an LED lightbar while the hood incorporates a new vented section located at the base of the windshield. The back of the F-250 features a Harley embossed tonneau cover and the rear bumper is slightly different than before, with the dual exhaust tips featuring orange stripes.

The interior comes (as expected) loaded to the gills with custom touches with the seats featuring diamond stitched center cross sections, orange accents, and a Harley logo in the center of the dashboard. The logo also makes appearances on the top of the center console, floor mats, and door sills. Billet style pedals round out the list of upgrades, and add a sporty touch to the truck.

 

The first units will begin rolling out to dealerships in April, but buyers can pre-order the F-250 Harley Davidson Edition through Tuscany’s website, as well as participating Ford dealerships.

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