Ford isn't the only company that can slap some badges on their truck and call it a Harley. International (yes, the one that makes big rigs) has teamed up with the legendary motorcycle maker to bring you the LoneStar Harley-Davidson Special Edition.
The semi made its debut at the Mid-America Trucking Show and it is actually more than just a rig with a couple Harley badges. Its exterior features unique metallic black paint with contrasting silver/orange striping, along with authentic headlamps from the famous Harley-Davidson Screamin' Eagle performance division. The wheels are custom-forged 24.5-inchers with unique lug nut covers and Harley-Davidson logo center caps.
Inside, the cabin was designed to have that unique Harley-Davidson look and feel. A custom shifter handle with owner's name and a distinct limited edition serial number adorns the shift lever. Hooded gauges with turned aluminum faces give the instrument cluster a custom look. Harley-Davidson badges can be found on front leather seatbacks, rear couch bolster, and door panels just incase you forget what kind of truck you're in.
Since Harley owners love to customize their bikes, the LoneStar will be offered with a long list of accessories for further personalization. However, buyers will not have to worry about exclusivity. International says only 250 Harley Edition LoneStars are slated for production.