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Here is perhaps the finest Lincoln Blackwood on the market. With only 17k miles it represents a fantastic example of this rare luxury pickup, which was Lincoln's first. It was produced in 2002 with a sticker price of $52,500. Only 3,356 were built, making this model very exclusive and positioning it as a future collectible.
The Blackwood is based on the F150 platform, so you get a capable full-size pickup but with the Lincoln treatment. The Blackwood has a lower ride height which makes it easier to get in and out. It also has a specially tuned chassis, acceleration sensitive shocks, and a rear leaf / air spring setup you won't find on the Ford. It all makes for a more comfortable ride (as expected) while maintaining an 8,700 pound towing capacity with the 5.4L engine and 3.73 limited slip rear end.
Outside there is no mistaking the Blackwood; you will be surprised at how many people gawk at this truck! The most distinguishing feature has to be the bed with its burled black wood finish and aluminum inserts. The bed's floor is carpeted while the sides have stainless steel panels and factory neon lighting. There is nothing else like it! Further, the factory power tonneau cover works perfectly with either the keyfob or cabin switches. Note the bed is sealed tight when everything is closed.
The interior uses black leather and simulated wood accents throughout. It has quad style seating with front and rear consoles. There is an automatic climate control with heated / cooled seats in front and rear fan controls. The factory Alpine audio system with CD changer sounds amazing. There is also a roof console and power sunroof.
This is definitely a rare truck; I have never seen another one on the road. And this example, with its low mileage and exceptional condition, really stands out. You'll have an easier time finding a nice 1957 Nomad (6,103 built) than a Blackwood like this one.