2004 Ford Harley-Davidson F-350
Built Ford Tough
The 2004 Ford Harley-Davidson™ Super Duty
combines toughness, capability, power and attitude, especially when the
6.0-liter Power Stroke® diesel engine is added. The Power Stroke® diesel
is the "King of Torque," leading the class among over-8,500-pound gross
vehicle weight vehicles with 560 pounds-feet of torque at 1,600 rpm.
The Ford Harley-Davidson™ Super Duty package features unique exterior colors and styling cues. Available in Black/Competition Orange or Black/Dark Shadow Gray two-tone versions or Black Monotone, this Built Ford Tough truck sports 18-inch forged aluminum wheels, a unique engine decal, chrome exhaust tip and a chrome tubular step bar with unique HARLEY-DAVIDSON Bar and Shield logo insert. In addition, a unique black grille or grille accent-colored valance on the two-tone, "Harley-Davidson F-Series Super Duty" Badges on front fender and tailgate, vanity license plate, chrome front tow-hooks and chrome tie-down hooks are featured.
On the inside, carpet, door trim inserts and steering wheel are ebony, floor mats are made of black molded rubber with "Harley-Davidson" script, and the instrument cluster has a "spun metal" face. Seating is unique Black Leather Quad Captain Chairs with embossed HARLEY-DAVIDSON logo or front captain’s chairs and rear bench with embossed HARLEY-DAVIDSON logo.
Dealers may begin ordering the Ford Harley-Davidson™ F-Series Super Duty on June 16 with a base manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $40,690 including destination and delivery charges. Ford plans to make 8,000 of these limited-edition 2004 models at its Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville when production begins this fall.
Power of partnership
"Some concepts just go together," Lyons
said. "Leather and chrome. Freedom and the open road. Trucks and
motorcycles. And for five years now, Harley-Davidson and Ford."
In 1999, Ford and Harley-Davidson forged an alliance to celebrate their corporate heritage and shared 100th Anniversaries. The alliance was announced during the famed Daytona Beach Bike Week.
"The fit was a natural," said Joanne Bischmann of Harley-Davidson. "Ford and Harley-Davidson are among the leaders in our fields, and we each have extremely loyal customer bases. Plus, there’s a fair amount of crossover between Ford and Harley-Davidson enthusiasts."
"The logic was that forming a strategic alliance would only strengthen both our brands, as well as open a range of opportunities to better serve our customers," Lyons said.
In the first four years of the alliance, the companies have introduced the 2000 Ford Harley-Davidson™ F-150 SuperCab, 2001 Ford Harley-Davidson™ SuperCrew, and 2002 and 2003 Supercharged Ford Harley-Davidson™ F-150 SuperCrew models.