Pickup trucks have gone a long way from having the bare necessities to now being offered with a plethora of features, trim levels, and options to cater to all customers. Ford’s F-150 truck is no exemption, more so as it carries the title of being America’s best-selling truck for several years.
But there are still some who prefer basic features and functionality over the contemporary and highly technical equipment found in current-generation vehicles.
And this is exactly what one dealership in Kansas is doing—giving customers nothing more than a work truck. Long McArthur Ford is reportedly offering the 2020 Ford F-150 truck a special Cattleman Edition.
The Cattleman Edition package includes features such as manual windows and locks, an AM/FM radio, vinyl 40/20/40 seats, vinyl floor, a Class-4 receiver hitch, and a rear-view camera. It also adds a Ranch Hand grille guard, two-inch front suspension lift, and black low-gloss XD 18-inch wheels wrapped in Fuel Gripper all-terrain tires. Moreover, a spray-in bed line is included for additional protection, while two bed-side Cattleman decals sum up the look.
The package is available for $5,995 at the dealership and can be installed on any F-150 truck, whether new, used, or ordered from the automaker’s factory.
For now, the dealership has three models for sale in the colors red, white, and blue. All are XL trims with the regular cab, eight-foot-bed, 3.73 gear ratio, and runs on a 5.0-liter V8 engine.
According to the dealership, the Cattleman Edition package is composed of parts that are most requested by customers looking for a functional work truck that they wouldn’t mind getting dirty and taking out to work.