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Ford to Showcase New F-150's Versatility at SEMA

October 31, 2008

DEARBORN, MI – Four F-150 project trucks — running the gamut from a rolling work shop to a functional fun machine — will debut at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, which runs Nov. 4-7. The 2009 Ford F-150s featured at this year's SEMA show include:

  • 2009 Ford F-150 Heavy Duty DEWALT Contractor.
  • 2009 Ford F-150 FX-4 by X-Treme Toyz.
  • 2009 Ford F-150 by Street Scene Equipment.
  • Hi-Pa Drive F-150.

The DEWALT Contractor includes features such as a built-in charger for battery-powered tools that is hidden in the center console, a customized storage area beneath the second-row seat, and Ford Works Solutions Tool Link from DEWALT.  

In addition to a well-appointed interior, the 2009 F-150 offers customizers a variety of different options straight from the factory to build upon. The vehicle is available with three cab styles, four box options, and seven unique trim levels — a total of 35 different configurations in all. 

 

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