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200-Mile 2009 Ford Super Duty Harley-Davidson Up For Grabs

It’s sometimes hard to find a vintage low-mileage Ford truck, as they’re often used for their intended purpose rather than preserved. Even so, they do pop up for sale every now and then, like this 2004 Ford Super Duty chassis cab that had just 13 miles on it, a 2011 Ford Ranger with 5,000 miles on the odometer, and perhaps even more impressive, a 1995 Ford F-150 XLT with approximately 4,000 miles racked up. Now, this 2009 Ford Super Duty Harley-Davidson edition that hasn’t seem much drivetime is ready for its next owner on Cars & Bids.

More specifically, this unit is a 2009 Ford F-450 Harley-Davidson known as “Big Hog Daddy,” and its odometer reads just 202 miles. It was not registered until 2022, but prior to its sale to the current owner, it was stored in a climate-controlled facility and not driven. The previous owner, a car collector, reportedly purchased the truck for its flashy blue-on-black paint scheme, which features Vista Blue flames down both doors.

This 2009 Ford Super Duty features a chrome grille and bumpers, a power sliding rear window, sunroof and other convenience features as standard. However, what really sets this pickup apart from the masses is the Harley-Davidson Alliance Package, adding Harley-Davidson branded mats, cab steps with lights, a premium sound system, adjustable gas and brake pedals, 19.5-inch Harley-Davidson wheels and more. According to the window sticker, this package added $5,120 to the overall cost of the pickup at the time of sale.

Under the hood, this low-mileage 2009 Ford Super Duty Harley-Davidson harnesses the turbodiesel 6.4L Power Stroke engine, with 350 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque on tap. A five-speed automatic transmission relays that power to either the rear two wheels or all four.

The truck’s window sticker indicates that it sold for $64,100, including destination and freight charge, when it was new. As of this writing, the high bid is $26,500. Bidding will end on June 27th, 2023.

We’ll have more on the Ford Super Duty soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series newsFord Super Duty news, and non-stop Ford news coverage.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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Comments

  1. Bob B.

    Great candidate for an engine swap…

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    1. Scott

      Yeah seriously. There’s no fix for mower ends. Lol

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      1. Scott

        Lower*

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  2. James Russell

    Where is the 2009 Ford super duty Harley edition located?

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  3. J

    Probably didn’t stay running long enough to rack up more miles

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  4. Rainer Mueller

    The engine is its Achilles heel.

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  5. Lee

    I see some chrome on the aftermarket grill and the front towhooks, but those bumpers are as black as midnight!

    Reply
  6. Jerry Dixon

    Just donate it to me I’ll take real good care of it

    Reply

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