A new F-150 hit the streets in 2005, and the reborn Harley-Davidson model followed in 2006. Its entrance was a curious one, however, in that the model reverted back to being just a SuperCab only available in black. The supercharged engine was gone as well, leaving the truck to turn its 22-inch chrome wheels with a standard 5.4-liter V8 making 300 horsepower. The truck did gain an all-wheel-drive option, making it the first Harley-Davidson F-150 to turn all four wheels.