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News 2019 Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 Concept is on another level

2019 Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 Concept is on another level

There have been numerous Harley-Davidson Ford F-150s over the years, but this most recent one may just be the baddest yet.

Unveiled just in time to celebrate Harley-Davidson’s 115th anniversary held in Milwaukee this weekend, the 2019 Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 Concept Custom is much more in-your-face then previous iterations.

Built in collaboration with Tuscany Motor Company, It has a ram-air hood, skid plates, LED lights up front, a redesigned honeycomb grill, tonneau cover, 22-inch aluminum wheels with beefy 35-inch tires, wider fender flares, and Harley-Davidson logos everywhere.

The Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 takes its styling cues from the Fat Boy, H-D’s most popular bike. The truck’s paint job (Vivid Black or Leadfoot Gray) is complemented by orange accents just like on the bike, and the wheels on the F-150 mimic the design found on the Fat Boy.

The concept will be displayed at the Harley-Davidson Museum, and one should expect a production version at some point.

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