Harley Davidson has been making motorcycles, trikes and custom jobs since 1903. And Ford, not to be outdone, was founded in that same year and has been cranking out cars, trucks, and sports cars since then without missing a beat. And then there is the Tuscany Motor Company, a division of Fox Factory that has been around since 1988.

While Tuscany is mostly known for designing, modding and customizing Chevrolet and GM pickups and SUVs, they've turned their attention to something new. This effort has taken the shape of matchmaker to Ford and Harley-Davidson bringing the design sensibility of the old-school Milwaukee bike builder to Detroit's own "Built Ford Tough" series of Super Duty pickup trucks.

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