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Harley-Davidson, Tuscany Motor Co. to Unveil Concept Pickup Truck at 115th Anniversary Celebration

Co-designed by Tuscany and the Harley-Davidson styling team, the Harley-Davidson concept truck takes cues from the iconic Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle.

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Harley-Davidson and Tuscany Motor Co., a Fox Factory Holding Corp. subsidiary, have collaborated on the build of an all-new custom 2019 Ford F-150 pickup truck. Tuscany is a Ford Motor Company specialty vehicle manufacturer in the personal-use segment. The concept truck will be part of the company’s 115th Anniversary Celebration at the H-D Museum in Milwaukee, WI, beginning on Aug. 29.

Co-designed by Tuscany and the Harley-Davidson styling team, the Harley-Davidson concept truck takes cues from the iconic Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle.

Features will include:

  • Harley-Davidson branded Fat Boy style 22 in. milled aluminum wheels
  • Custom tuned Flowmaster exhaust with H-D exclusive solid billet aluminum tips
  • Distinctive H-D bar and shield badging
  • Stainless Steel H-D gauges
  • Billet H-D racing pedals
  • Two-tone diamond stitched perforated custom leather seating surfaces
  • Official numbered H-D center console badge
  • Custom tuned BDS Suspension lift with upgraded FOX shocks
  • 35 in. all-terrain tires
  • Lighted power deploying running boards with unique integrated rocker trim
  • Custom fender flares
  • Functional fender vents
  • Front bumper cap with skid plate
  • LED light bar and honeycomb insert
  • Replacement custom grille with honeycomb mesh
  • Replacement functional ram-air hood with aggressive Ford Raptor style insert
  • Rear bumper caps with exhaust cut outs
  • Harley-Davidson tailgate appliqué
  • Locking ABS tonneau cover with embossed H-D bar and shield logo
  • Bed rug with H-D logo
  • H-D floor mats
  • H-D door entry sills
  • Custom accent color door, dash and steering wheel trim

Tuscany representatives will be on site to answer questions when the company and Harley-Davidson display the concept model for the first time at the Harley-Davidson 115th Anniversary celebration in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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