2002 Lincoln Blackwood
Automatic transmission, leather interior, 112,561 miles.
The Lincoln Blackwood is a pickup truck that was marketed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. Marketed in the United States and Mexico, it was the first pickup truck ever sold by the Lincoln division.
The Blackwood was the first Lincoln manufactured outside the state of Michigan since 1958. It was produced at Ford’s Kansas City Assembly in Claycomo, Missouri, from August 2001 to December 2002.
The Blackwood was a luxuriously-trimmed version of the Ford F-150 Crew Cab pickup truck, and was greeted with enthusiasm after its debut at the North American International Auto Show in January 1999. Lincoln’s success with the Lincoln Navigator emboldened the company to pursue the first-ever luxury pickup truck, and Cadillac was in hot pursuit with the Cadillac Escalade EXT.
The Blackwood was only available in rear wheel drive, SuperCrew cab configuration, with black exterior and interior. The truck bed was built as a trunk, with a power tonneau and plush carpeting. The box was manufactured from plastic composites but lined with stainless steel. The exterior of the bed featured aluminum pinstripes over artificial burled black wood. The Blackwood came with only one option, which was a navigation system with a 5″ color screen. Only 3,356 Blackwoods were made in just 15 months of production. Snap up this rare luxury pick up truck today!