Ford unveil two new F-series models…

August 26, 2008

FoMoCo USA has officially unveiled two new limited edition F-series trucks. They are, respectfully, the Cabela FX4 & (in a first for the F-450 series) the Harley Davidson F-450. More info after the jump – along with some changes to the 2009 Ford F-series line-up…

The Cablea edition emerged after Ford had found that over 75% of F-series buyers fish &/or hunt. If you didn’t already know, Cablea is an outdoor recreation retailer – the driving force behind the new limited edition. Mostly a  few badges & paint are the differences for the Cablea FX4. Buyers are treated to five different colour schemes; Ebony, Oxford White, Forest Green Metallic, Royal Red Metallic, Silver Metallic – all with Sterling Grey Metallic lower accents along the rocker panels, running boards and wheel arch moldings.

For the twelfth incarnation of the Harley Davidson Edition (though this is the first time this pack has been offered on the F-450), Ford will put blue-flames along the length of the vehicle and on the black leather seats. Also included are large chromed vents just aft of the front wheels. Expect a few Harley Davidson logos all over the truck, though any photos have yet to appear.

ED – A pic has surfaced:

As well as these two new models, the Super Duty trucks now receive an optional spray-in bedliner from the factory, dubbed “Tough Bed”, an integrated trailer brake controller, the new Ford Work Solutions suite, Voice-Activated Navigation System with SIRIUS Travel Link and the heavy duty trucks first application of SYNC.

Source: Autoblog, PickUpTrucks.com


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