The 2003 Ford Harley Edition truck was built to commemorate the 100th birthdays of both Ford and Harley-Davidson. The truck is a super-charged F-150 SuperCrew model with unique color and styling packages and many chrome accents.
The 2003 Harley Edition truck features a super-charged 5.4-liter (330-cubic inch), fuel-injected Triton V8 engine. It produces 380 net horsepower at 4,750 RPM with a net torque rating of 450 foot-pounds at 3,250 RPM. The single overhead cam motor meets low-emission standards.
The F-150 Ford-Harley truck’s body style is a SuperCrew Cab Styleside pickup with a 5-1/2 foot short bed. It utilizes the F-Series four-speed automatic transmission. The special-edition truck features a 3.73:1 axle ratio with a limited-slip differential and anti-lock brakes.
The truck is 225.9 inches long, 79.1 inches wide and 73.9 inches high with a 138.5-inch wheelbase. The cargo box is 67.2 inches long, 49.3 inches wide and 20.2 inches high for a volume of 44.2 cubic feet.
The limited-edition truck features two-tone paint jobs of either black and competition orange, black and shadow gray or black monotone. Harley-Davidson F-Series badges are on the front fender, tailgate, hubcaps and on the console lid. There are chrome exhaust tips, step bars, front tow hooks and tie-down hooks.