Car of the Week - July 8, 2002

2002 Ford F150 Harley Davidson Edition

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Make way for an authentic Leader of the Pack. America's best selling truck - and vehicle - is back again with the Harley Davidson Edition for 2002. Turn the key. The meaty V8 rumbles to life with a symphony of basso profundo. If you're not wearing black leather you are still surrounded by it. Massive center consoles, fore and aft. Ridges and logos and chrome, oh my. If you are not already an exhibitionist, you are one now. For this is not a truck for the faint of ego.

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Underneath, the F-150's steel body is set on a steel tubular frame with rubber pads for less noise and vibrations. The beefy suspension delivers a smooth ride and steady cornering - and be prepared for quite a wide turning radius. As a transportation device, this truck rides the 24 year reputation of performance and durability. As an extension of your personality, it will slap the back of your biker alter ego.

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- Editor

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