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Old 05-16-2003, 10:25 PM
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Texas Edition?

I noticed that Ford now has a Texas edition F-150 from some commercials. And on top of that there's a Texas edition Tahoe/Siverado? or whatever.

So what's the deal with that? Why? Is there a California edition? Rhode Island?

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Old 05-16-2003, 11:32 PM
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Texas Edition?

I wouldn't know the exact answer, but Ford had something similar years ago. My old 84' F150 was a Limited Edition Texas Lariat. Very nice truck. To my knowledge, that one is the only one I have seen as far as a state edition goes.
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Texas Edition?

The "Texas Edition" I've seen are usually "low end" models w/a tirm package, Rubber mats, etc. Dodge had the "Lone Star" edition, at least here in Texas. I remember when Ford had the California Special Mustangs. They really were "Special" though!
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Is that the King Ranch edition? or something like that. I thought i was packaged for mostly hauling horses around
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Texas Edition?

Ford has a Northwest edition, just a trim package. I thought the King Ranch was in Wyoming. Not sure. I've seen a Huntsman edition 73-9, and northwoods edition 80-6. They are all just trim levels.
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Texas Edition?

There is a TX/OK edition F-150 that sells for $14,588. V-6, 5 speed, regular cab, short wide bed. No options except for dealer installed window tint.
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The king ranch is a lariet package with a few extras.mine has diamond plate running boards,differnt rims,and the king ranch leather on the seats,this is real saddle leather.
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About the Texas Edition Tahoe....is that a geographical mis-match..?
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Texas Edition?

If they built a Califorina Edition....it would have to have 2 steering wheels. You know for those "special couples" who like to both have a say-so in deciding where to go as they say....fd
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Texas Edition?

Most manufacturer's produce such model's as a P.R. excersise.
Sometime's they catch on and sometime's they don't.
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Texas Edition?

Ford has a Northwest edition, just a trim package. [B] I thought the King Ranch was in Wyoming. [B] Not sure. I've seen a Huntsman edition 73-9, and northwoods edition 80-6. They are all just trim levels.

The King Ranch is located in South Texas. The Texas Edition is called the Ford F150 Heritage. This is a list of the Standard Features:

Heritage Edition F-150
- Front 40/60 Split Bench Seat. Optional Captain's Chairs. Two-Tone Front and Rear Seats.
- 4-Spoke Black Steering Wheel
- Chrome Grille Surround with Black Honeycomb Grille Insert
- Chrome Tubular Cab Steps
- Front Black Floormats with Embroidered F-150 Logo and 2-Piece Black Rear Floormats
- 17" 5-Spoke Cast Aluminum Wheels with Satin Nickel Painted Pockets and Ford Oval on Center Caps
- P265/70R17 OWL All-Terrain Tires
- Optional LT265/70R17 OWL All-Terrain Tires
- 3.55 Rear Axle; Optional 3.55 Limited Slip Rear Axle
- Unique Two-Tone Paint Scheme with Raised Cut-Line
- Unique Arizona Beige and Black Tape Stripe
- HERITAGE EDITION F-150 Fender and Tailgate Badges
- Black Bedliner with Ford Logo and Molded Grey Bedrail Top Caps
- Front Floor Console with Black Vinyl Lid (with Captain's Chairs Only)
- Park Lamps and Fog Lamps
- New Clear Lens Headlamps
- Lower Body-Colored Valance
- Black Exterior Driver and Passenger Power Mirrors

It is basically a XLT F150 4x4 Supercab Styleside with a 6 1/2 ft box.

This option cost $1200 more. It is supposed to commemorate 100 years of selling Fords. This is what it looks like
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Texas Edition?

My honest opinion. Texas is the best so we deserve a special truck. Or at least thats what we like to believe in Texas.
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Hey there Billy! The King Ranch Edition and the heritage Edition are two different trucks. I think your a little mixed up. Go to your ford dealer and get the correct information. The Heritage Edition is the 100 year Model and the Heritage is the body style.
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yeah the king ranch is in kingsville i think. i live 3 or 4 hours away from it.
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Quote: I thought the King Ranch was in Wyoming.
The King Ranch is in Texas - about the size of Wyoming.
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