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2004 Ford F-150 SuperCab XL [P221]

2004 Ford F-150 [P221] in The Chicago Code, TV Series, 2011 IMDB Ep. 1.13

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US

2004 Ford F-150 SuperCab XL [P221]

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rjluna2 US

2011-05-24 15:15

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Looks like it is in Commercial package fitted in.

ford_guy US

2011-05-24 15:37

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Which is why I had already identified it as a low trim XL model :p

rjluna2 US

2011-05-24 16:11

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Both XL trim are sold in both retail and commercial version. The only way to tell from the retail and commerical package is by having some chrome on the bumper that is usually sold as retail version :)

I have seen such two different XL version on the road.

ford_guy US

2011-05-25 02:28

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Honestly sometimes you confuse me with the terms you use. Ford doesn't have designated "retail" F-150's and "commercial version" F-150's. They simply fall under the XL blanket. From there, customers are given the option to add more things to the truck, including the flashier chrome pieces, rails, etc. That's what my father did when he bought his 1989 F-150 Custom back in the day. As that was all he could afford, he still wanted it to look nice so he ordered it fully-loaded. It had more chrome than your regular, run of the mill Custom models. When he was done with it, it looked like a mid-range XL model (don't forget that at the time XL wasn't the base model).

ford_guy US

2011-05-25 02:40

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For reference, here's the page for the current F-150 XL:
Link to "www.ford.com"

jettalover US

2011-05-25 04:49

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Was the XL Work Truck package only available for the V6s? Because there were no V6s paired with the new '04 body. So that could limit this XL to being a '05 depending the V6/Work Truck compatabilty?

ford_guy US

2011-05-25 05:07

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To the best of my knowledge, it was sold for the 2004 model year. However, I know that in 2004 the F-150 Heritage was also sold as an XL model.

rjluna2 US

2011-05-25 14:59

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ford_guy wrote Ford doesn't have designated "retail" F-150's and "commercial version" F-150's. They simply fall under the XL blanket.

I have gone through two different type of Ford dealer, the one you see with cars and trucks sold through general population and the other dealer selling commerical trucks only including these Ford F-Series sold through company/contractor and that is how I coined this term. Ford even have two separate brochures for retail version of Ford F-Series and commercial version of Ford F-Series.

For example, I have bought big network printer at home that is only sold though corporate market and I have used my own company name to purchase the network printer that is usually not found at the retail store.

ford_guy US

2011-05-25 15:45

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They're still the same trucks at the end of the day though. You can order either with or without all the bells and whistles. I don't see how you would be able to specifically tell this one is a "commercial" version.

jettalover US

2014-03-23 02:21

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Maybe all the items included in the Work Truck package are also available individually on XLs. The Work Truck package is a value package. Thus cheaper to buy the package than buy the pieces individually.

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