Ford and Jay Leno to Auction One-of-a-Kind Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 to Benefit National Multiple Sclerosis Society

  • Renowned auto enthusiast and TV legend Jay Leno will be on the block
    at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale to auction his custom 2000
    Harley-Davidson F-150, (Lot
  • A one-of-one truck, this F-150 is the only one ever built with a
    supercharged 360-horsepower 5.4-liter Triton V8 engine
  • Proceeds from the sale of this custom F-150 will be donated to National
    Multiple Sclerosis Society

Motor Company
and Jay Leno, renowned auto enthusiast and star of Jay
Leno’s Garage, are teaming up to auction the TV legend’s personal
one-of-one 2000 Harley-Davidson F-150 at the 45th Anniversary Barrett-Jackson
Scottsdale Auction at WestWorld of Scottsdale.

All proceeds will benefit National
Multiple Sclerosis Society
, the country’s leading organization
helping people affected by multiple sclerosis through cutting-edge
research, advocacy and education. Live TV coverage of the auction of
this custom F-150 will air on Velocity on Jan. 29.

“Jay Leno and Ford Motor Company share a passion for special vehicles
and charity,” said Jim Owens, Ford Performance marketing manager. “We
enjoy working with celebrities like Jay Leno who support a worthwhile
cause that makes a positive difference in people’s lives. It’s a great
story, because organizations can receive the help they need, while
automotive enthusiasts get a chance to own a one-of-a-kind vehicle.”

Leno will be on the block to help auction his Harley-Davidson F-150, (Lot
). Representing the first collaborative effort between Ford and
Harley-Davidson, this distinctive pickup captured the imagination of
auto enthusiasts across North America when it was introduced in May 2000.

The truck is the only one in existence that features the SVT Lightning
powertrain. Equipped with a supercharged 5.4-liter Triton V8, this
custom monochrome black F-150 features distinctive Harley-Davidson
orange pin-striping and badging and 20-inch styled chrome wheels. It
cranks out approximately 360 horsepower that exits through a specially
tuned single-inlet dual-outlet exhaust for a more robust sound.

“This is an opportunity to own a truly unique vehicle from my personal
collection,” said Leno. “Not only is this Harley-Davidson F-150 the only
one of its kind, it’s providing much needed resources to the National
Multiple Sclerosis Society. The next owner can feel good knowing that
they’re getting an outstanding truck and supporting a great cause at the
same time.”

This custom Harley-Davidson F-150 has been titled to Leno since it was
first presented to him by Ford Division President Jim O’Connor at Ford
World Headquarters in May 2000.

In addition to the latest Ford Performance models, Ford will have its
full 2016 vehicle lineup on display at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale,
including the new Explorer and F-150, as well as all-new Lincoln sedans
and SUVs. Auction-goers will have the opportunity to get behind the
wheel of their favorite Ford Motor Company models for on-site

Visit the Jay
Leno’s Garage website
on Jan. 18, for more information about the
Harley-Davidson F-150 and an exclusive video featuring Leno and the

For auction information, visit the Barrett-Jackson
or Facebook.

About Ford Motor Company

Motor Company
, a global automotive industry leader based in
Dearborn, Michigan, manufactures or distributes automobiles across six
continents. With about 197,000 employees and 67 plants worldwide, the
company’s automotive brands include Ford and Lincoln. The company
provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company. For more
information regarding Ford and its products worldwide, please visit

About Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis, an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the
central nervous system, interrupts the flow of information within the
brain, and between the brain and body. Symptoms range from numbness and
tingling to blindness and paralysis. The progress, severity and specific
symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances
in research and treatment are moving us closer to a world free of MS.
Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, with at
least two to three times more women than men being diagnosed with the
disease. MS affects more than 2.3 million people worldwide. For more
information, please visit

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Tyler Weiland
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