Ford introduces limited edition Cowboys F-150

Ford Truck has had a 22-year relationship with the Dallas Cowboys, and the most visible symbol of that yet is the limited edition Dallas Cowboys truck, unveiled yesterday at the brand new Ford Center at the Star in Frisco, TX. This facility will serve as multiple functions as the team’s corporate headquarters, training center, practice fields and multipurpose indoor stadium. Frisco Independent School District will also be utilizing the state-of-the-art building.

Only 400 lucky owners will be able to claim this special vehicle as their own, and my suspicion is that a goodly number are already committed. The rest are available at select Texas Ford dealer’s showrooms.

If this is your daily driver, no one will ever think that you are a fan of any other team.The basis for the limited edition is an F-150 XLT with the chrome package. It is already Ford’s best-selling truck in Texas.

Painted Cowboy helmet silver, unique content includes exclusive badging on front doors and tailgate, blue/white/blue rocker panel striping echoing football helmet graphics, 20-inch chrome wheels with star center caps, molded heavy-duty cargo bed mat repeating the star, laser etched chrome foot plates scream “Cowboys” and logos are stitched in front and rear floor mats.

Best of all for the diehards: each of the 400 feature an interior badge autographed by Jerry Jones, the owner, president and general manager of the Cowboys.

Linda Water Nelson: