Known to spend hard cash on expensive cars, David Beckham had a soft spot for the Ford F-150 and he bought one back in 2002.
Fourteen years later, the pickup truck has three owners in its papers and is currently waiting for the fourth , as it will go under the hammer at the International Ford Show at Sandown Park, in Surrey, on April 30.
Listed on BaronsAuctions, is a Harley-Davidson special edition, which means that it has two captain seats separated by a center console instead of a bench and it’s powered by a 5.4-liter supercharged V8, rated at 340 HP and 425 pound-feet (576 Nm) of torque, good for a zero to sixty sprint made in 6.2 seconds.
Bidders should know that the 2002 Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and a V5, proving that the former soccer/football player was its first owner. The pickup truck is estimated to go for as much as £12,000 or $17,200 at the current exchange rates.
Besides the F-150, Ford’s auction also includes a Talladega Cobra Jet, a classic one-off right-hand drive Mustang Convertible, 1987 Fiesta XR2, 1969 Consul Farnham Estate, 1980 Escort RS2000, which is said to be in mint condition, and a restored Mk1 Cortina 1500GT De Tomaso.