The Ford Black Oval has been showing up on a number of vehicles in recent months, marking a historic shift away from the Blue Oval that has become synonymous with the century-plus old automaker as black appearance packages become more and more popular. Currently, Ford Black Oval options are already available for the 2022 Ford Ranger with the Black Appearance Package (XLT, Lariat), the 2022 Ford Ranger with the Sport Appearance Package (XLT, Lariat), the 2022 Ford F-150 with the Black Appearance Package (XL STX, XLT, Lariat, Platinum), or the 2022 Ford Super Duty with the Black Appearance Package (XLT, Lariat). Now, owners of these trucks that don’t have Black Ovals can purchase them, too.
Ford Black Oval emblems are now available through the Ford Performance catalog for the Ranger, F-150 and Super Duty, albeit only for certain model years and configurations. First up, we have the Ranger Black Oval kit, part number M-1447-RNGR, which fits 2019-2021 models and retails for $130. The Ranger Black Oval kit comes with both front and rear ovals and is fairly easy to install with basic tools.
Next up, we have the 2018-2020 Ford F-150 Black Oval kit, which is available for models without a camera under part number M-1447-F15B, or models with a camera under part number M-1447-F15BC. Both kits retail for $130 and come with front and rear ovals. The non-camera kit also fits 2021 XL, XLT, and Lariat trimmed trucks without the 360 Camera option, but does not fit base 2018-2020 XL and XLT models. The latter kit with the camera option does not fit 2021+ F-150 models or base XL and XLT models.
Finally, we have two different 2020-2022 Ford Super Duty Black Oval kits – M-1447-SDB for models without a camera, and M-1447-SDC for models with a camera, both of which also retail for $130. Both kits contain front and real ovals, and both fit XL, XLT, and Lariat models.
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