Car of the Week - March 19, 2001


2001 Ford F150 Harley Davidson Edition

You know the Ford F150 is the best selling vehicle in America. Now it's got a special edition that's got folks hollering: "Hey, that's one BA-A-AD truck!"

The 2001 Harley-Davidson F-150 SuperCrew cruises on a 139-inch wheelbase that has been lowered one inch. It rocks with a 5.4-liter Triton/260-horsepower V-8 engine that has low end torque to spare. The Harley-Davidson branded 20x9-inch five-spoke cast chromed aluminum wheels turn P275/45R20 Goodyear Eagle GTII tires.

The interior abounds with black leather and chrome accessories, including a unique "spun metal" instrument cluster and jewel ornament and four of the most comfortable black leather trimmed captains chairs you'll find anywhere. The dual center consoles featuring Harley-Davidson Bar and Shield metal nameplates in the seat backs and Harley-Davidson identification embroidered on the console lids.

Be ready to cause a stir in your local supermarket parking lot. Guys will be intrigued, gals will almost whistle, and you'll be tempted to get a tattoo...

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