Jay Leno Becomes A Used Truck Salesman For The First Ever F-150 Harley Davidson

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While Jay Leno won’t sell you anything from his vast vehicle collection, he does give away a few for charities like the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. This time, he’s letting the first-ever Ford F-150 Harley Davidson go under the hammer.

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What with him selling off this decade-and-a-half old pickup, I guess Jay is sort of becoming a used truck salesman. I wonder what Jay The Used Truck Salesman would sound like. Probably, a lot like this:

Hi there, my name is Jay! How you doin’? Well, there she is. A real beauty, isn’t she? You know, this is where the golden age of luxury trucks began. With this very vehicle, I tell you.

What you’re looking at is a very low milage 2000 F-150 Harley Davidson. The first one, with a bunch of unique upgrades, which make it a one-of-a-kind vehicle. I’m not kidding, there’s only one like this! The very first Harley Davidson built by Ford. It’s something else.

As I said, it’s basically brand new. Truck number one. Plus the very first supercharged truck. The coolest thing ever, no other way of putting it. A truck version of a Lincoln Continental. With a complimentary country CD, boost gauge and a unique Harley Davidson cup.

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This one-of-a-kind, first ever F-150 Harley Davidson has so many high-end features that we can’t even list them all. The genesis of awesomeness.

If you want to grab Jay’s truck to help people, good luck at Scottsdale 2016!

Photo credit: Ford


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andrewpcollins
Andrew P. Collins

The only thing interesting about this story is that I remember hearing Jay say “I never sell anything” in one of his interviews. The vastness of his collection is evidence that’s true...

Anyway I’m guessing the fact that he’s unloading this thing means he realized it didn’t pan out to be the “collector’s item” it might have initially been toted as, or who knows maybe it was given to him as a gift/promotional thing.

Uh, I mean not to crap on charity or anything. But let’s be real; a trim package that’s barely above a dealer-applied decal kit never made a lot of sense in his garage.

Now, if it was red with a Racer’s Edge decal on the door...