There are the King Ranch editions. The Heritage editions of 03, marking the 100th birthday of Ford. And now the Texas edition. All 3 different models. And the KIng Ranch is the largest ranch/farm in the U.S., something like 900,000 acres. The 6666 Ranch is the largest single owner ranch/farm in the U.S. Just shy of 500,000 acres. I live about 1 hour from it.
i looked at a new texas edition last year. it came with like a jvc cd player, billit grill, and chrome tube running bars. there is a guy that works next to me that has a texas edition silverado, it looks ok inside, not uch different then i can see
I purchased a 2005 F150 Supercab last year. Below the F150 emblem on the side panels is another badge that says "California Edition". Basically the only thing that made it a California Edition other than the emblem/badge was a trim package of 20" Roush Wheels, some polished aluminum side step bars, and a billet grill.
So I'm not sure about a Texas Edition, but I can verify there is or was a California Edition in 2005.
I could show you a picture if'n I was smart enough to figure out how to upload one.
(1) the f-150 heritage edition was only in 2004. It was a 2004 model that was the same body style as the previous body style where the other 2004 models were the new body style. (2) The Texas Ranch edition was the new body style with woodgrain accents on the int., king ranch leather seats with diffferent logos stitched to them, chrome tail light gaurds, a factory billet grille insert, and texas ranch F150 emblems. (3) The king ranch edition is basically a lariat f150 with different emblems, saddle leather seats and king ranch 20" wheels.