Ford has rolled out a new limited-edition pickup truck that NFL fans are going to love to hate.
Four hundred examples of the F-150 Dallas Cowboys edition will be built, celebrating the opening of the Ford Center at the Cowboy’s new headquarters and training facility known as The Star.
The truck is based on the F-150 XLT with the Chrome Package, which by itself is the brand’s top volume seller in Texas. Making the truck special are Cowboys star badging, blue-white-blue rocker panels, 20-inch chrome wheels with Cowboys star center caps, chrome foot plates with Cowboys word mark, Cowboys edition logo stitched into the floor mats and a special number badge that is signed by Jerry Jones, the owner and president of the Cowboys.
“Everyone in our organization is excited about the new Dallas Cowboys edition F-150,” says Jerry Jones. “We are proud to partner with Ford and Texas Ford dealers to bring this Cowboys edition F-150 to our incredible fans. I think you will agree it is the ultimate truck for the ultimate Cowboys fan.”
The Dallas Cowboys are commonly called out as one of the most hated teams in the NFL, so seeing this truck driving is likely to drive some football fans crazy.
The Dallas Cowboys Edition F-150 is on sale now at Texas Ford dealers.
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