Ford Unveils King Ranch F-150, F-Series Super Duty, and Expedition
Ford is celebrating 15 years of association with King Ranch, and in honor of the 15th anniversary, the Ford F-150, F-Series Super Duty, and Expedition King Ranch editions will make their debut at the 2014 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo this month. The relationship between King Ranch and Ford started back in 1999, as the automaker saw that the Texas ranch shared the same core values as its trucks. Ford released the first F-150 King Ranch model back in 2001, followed by King Ranch versions of the Super Duty in 2003 and the Expedition in 2005. "King Ranch is a legacy. It's one of the best in Texas, if not America. These Ford vehicles wear the King Ranch 'Running W' brand because they are proven to be legitimate and authentic, in the heritage of both Ford and the King Ranch," said Wyman Meinzer, official Texas state photographer, in a recent statement. New on the King Ranch models are four exterior paint colors, including Caribou, Bronze Fire, Guard, and Ruby Red Metallic Clearcoat. All colors will have Caribou as an accent color, while Caribou will remain monotone. Inside, a new leather color, Premium Mesa Brown, has been added to the King Ranch models. The new King Ranch models will hit dealers later this year, featuring unique exterior and interior trims, with more standard features and unique wheels. Source: Ford
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