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Harley-Davidson Puts Its Name on a Semi

Posted on : 18-03-2009 | By : Truckdrivernews | In : Thoughts from a trucker, Truck Show, truck driver Industry, truck shows


WoW! Is all I can say for this beast! You could not get me to go home if I had one of these trucks. This is one bad (in a good way) looking truck! I am not a big Harley Davidson fan, but I really loved the Ford pickup they did, and now this!

Owners of the Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 are all too familiar with the fact that no production H-D motorcycle will actually fit in the bed of one of those things.

Well, no more sissy trucks for you, Harley-Davidson lovers. Behold the new International LoneStar Harley-Davidson Special Edition. It will hold and haul as many motorcycles as you can stuff in a trailer. By my reckoning, that has to be at least a dozen full-size Ultra Classic touring bikes.

This bad boy was introduced on Wednesday at the Mid-America Trucking Show, an annual heavy trucking industry extravaganza, in Louisville, Ky. Only 250 of the trucks will be made in 2009, in sleeper configuration only, and orders will be taken next month. Production begins in June.

The only sticking point may be that the base price starts at $155,000. And more than 40 customization options will be available, potentially driving the price into uncharted territory. Full Story

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