Blazing Fast 2002 Ford F-150 Harley Davidson
At the beginning of the 21st Century, Ford began building limited-edition trucks. Harley Davidson and Ford inked a five-year plan for cooperative products starting in 2000. Since then, Ford has introduced a truck each year. Both the 2000 and ’01 models were derivatives built on the F-150 platform.
The ’02 Edition successfully captures the spirit of Harley-Davidson: brash, strong, American. Louis Netz, director of styling at Harley, and Willie G. Davidson, vice president of styling and descendent of the company founder, worked with the design team at Ford to pen this bold rolling statement.
The Ford H.D. Supercharged Edition F150 we have here at Skyway Classic, started with the popular F-150 SuperCrew 4×2 pickup, a versatile, durable vehicle.
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Built in Kansas City, Missouri, it is lowered 1 in. and fitted with 20×9.0-in. wheels. The chrome, five-spoke aluminum rims have the H-D Bar & Shield embossed on the center cap. Surrounding all that alloy are Goodyear 275/45R20 Eagle GTII VR-rated tires.
Set onto each front fender and rear tailgate are Harley-Davidson/Ford F-150 emblems. The grille is a tasteful chrome tubular piece, and both front and rear bumpers are body color for that stealth look.
A Lightning motor is dropped into the newest Harley F-150. Both supercharged and inter-cooled, the Triton 5.4L V8 puts out 340 hp at 4500 rpm and 425 lb-ft of torque at 3250 rpm. The engine is mated to the 4R100-HD four-speed automatic transmission, typically kept for Super Duty pickups and its biggest SUVs. A two-piece driveshaft turns the differential, which is filled with limited slip and 3.73:1 gears. Exhaust exits through a tuned high-performance system to slash-cut 3-in. chrome tips. Slowing the H-D F-150 SuperCrew is four-wheel ABS disc brakes.
Unlike a conventional SuperCrew, the ’02 Harley-Davidson doesn’t use a bench rear seat. Instead, like its bigger corporate cousin, the Lincoln Black two captains chairs, separated by a sizable center console, provide seating. The top of both front and rear consoles are embossed with the flame pattern seen on the outside. The instrument cluster houses a 130-mph speedometer and tachometer in a neat spun-metal background, similar to an engine-turned treatment. The seat backs also have the Harley-Davidson emblem set in leather.
Production was only 12,000 units so we suggest getting to us here at Skyway Classics to get this one before it slips away.
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