Already eyeing on the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 30th Anniversary Edition motorcycle? Well, you may want to complement it with a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy F-250 Truck. Wait, what? A Harley-Davidson truck? Yes, the American bike maker also has trucks too, albeit just Harley-Davidson branded.

Anywho, Harley-Davidson, along with Tuscany Motor Co., will be producing a new edition of the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Ford F-250. I don’t believe there’s any drivetrain tweak; it will be purely cosmetics with a a bit of handling tweaks.

Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Ford F-250 Truck

Official press release indicated the new truck touts over 65 edition-specific components with styling cues inspired by, obviously, Fat Boy motorcycle.

The “over 65 edition-specific components” include H-D branded 22-inch milled aluminum wheels with BFG 37-inch KM3 tires, solid billet aluminum tips, H-D Bar & Shield badging, stainless steel H-D gauges, billet pedals, two-tone diamond stitched and perforated custom leather seating surfaces, and official numbered Harley-Davidson center console badge, and custom tuned BDS suspension lift with upgraded Fox shocks – just to name a few.

In short, it has a whole lot of details that will set it apart from regular F-250 trucks. We noted that there’s also a F-150 variant with identical features.

The Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Ford F-250 Truck will be available at select authorized Ford dealers starting April 2020. Already, you can put in your reservation with the dealers or by visiting Harley-Davidson Trucks website.

Pricing, if we got it right, should be $111,185.

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If you like, you can read the entire press release posted on Don’t like Ford? There’s also Harley-Davidson GMC truck too.

Images: Harley-Davidson/Tuscany Motor Co..


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