Harley-Davidson and Tuscany Motor have collaborated on a custom 2019 Ford F-150 pickup truck.
The concept truck was a part of Harley-Davidson’s 115th Anniversary celebration held in Milwaukee, WI over Labor Day weekend.
Co-designed by the Harley and Tuscany styling team, the concept truck is inspired by Harley's Fat Boy, starting with the Fat Boy style 22” milled aluminum wheels.
The Harley-Davidson brand and shield are all over the truck, from the orange exhaust tips to the branded tailgate, seats, gauges, fender, pedals and, well, pretty much anywhere you can stick the branding (within reason).
According to Tuscany, the new truck serves to provide the same sense of power and freedom as the motorcycles that inspired the design.
Based in Indiana, Tuscany claims to be Ford’s largest and longest-running specialty vehicle manufacturer in the personal-use segment.
This isn't Tuscany's first interesting collaboration with an iconic brand. The company previously designed an F-150 Tonka Truck.
The company is also the creative force behind the 2018 F-150 Black Ops edition, which was developed as a tribute to the men and women of the United States armed forces. For every Black Ops truck that is sold, Tuscany donates to wounded veteran organizations.
As far as cost, the Harley-Davidson F-150 is the ever-elusive "TBD," however you can find Tonka trucks and Black Ops edition from around $70,000 to $85,000.
Some custom jobs on the custom jobs reach north of six figures.
IEN reached out the Tuscany, but the company did not respond to our request for comment.