The Harley Pickup is Back, and This Time It’s a GMC

For thousands of pickup buyers and motorcycle enthusiasts, a national nightmare is over. You can now, once again, buy a pickup truck that shows everyone where both your two and four-wheeled alliance lie. Only this time, it’s a GMC.

The Harley-Davidson Edition F-150s and later Super Duty pickups were on sale from 2000 until 2011, when it was dropped for the Limited trim. The 5.4L supercharged V8 was long gone at that point anyway.

Now, Harley-Davidson is bringing the branded pickup back, in cooperation with the Tuscany Motor Co, and the new HD pickups will be GMC Sierras.

“Fans have long hungered for a limited edition GMC truck that celebrates their passion for Harley-Davidson motorcycles,” said Jeff Burttschell, Vice President, Tuscany Motor Co. “Working closely with Brad Richards, Vice President of Styling and Design at Harley-Davidson, we created a fantastic truck worthy of the Harley-Davidson name. For the first time in history, it will be possible to rumble down the road in a V8 powered Harley-Davidson edition GMC truck.”

Starting with a stock GMC Sierra, Tuscany adds 65 HD-specific components including 22-inch awesome turbine wheels inspired by the Fatboy motorcycle. There’s also a custom exhaust, that big new grille, stainless steel gauges, and a two-tone diamond-stitch leather interior.

Further beefing up the truck and making sure you’ll need a trailer to haul your motorcycle is a BDS lift with Fox shocks, plus 35-inch tires, power running boards, and loads of LED lighting. Colour-matched trim, a smattering of Harley logos, and a special tonneau cover and bed mat complete the transformation.

Tuscany and Harley-Davidson will sell 250 of the trucks for 2020, at GMC/Tuscany dealers across the country. The first will be sold at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction later this month.

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