Ohio Ford Dealer Returns With 725HP 2019 F-150 Supercharged Truck For $39,995

A little dealership in Ohio known as Lebanon Ford has announced a series of modified 2019 Ford F-150s it will sell to customers with truly extraordinary levels of performance, all for $39,995.

The dealer has previously made headlines with a 1200 hp twin-turbo Mustang sold for just $45,000, a $32,995 EcoBoost-powered Mustang with 550 hp, and a 727 hp Mustang for a mere $39,995.

For the F-150, Lebanon Ford has left no stone unturned and has three supercharger packages on offer. The first comes from Roush and lifts grunt to an insane 650 hp and 610 lb-ft (827 Nm) of torque. If customers opt for this supercharger kit, they also enjoy a three-year, 36,000 mile (57,000 km) warranty.

More power than most could handle…

An alternative to the Roush system is a Stage II intercooled Procharger system which also pumps out 650 hp at the crank. Like the Roush system, it too comes with a three-year warranty but this adds $995 to the total price. Neither the Roush or Procharger system are legal in California.

Last but not least is the 727 hp supercharged F-150. This package sees a 2.9-liter Whipple twin screw supercharger mated to the F-150’s 5.0-liter V8 and also optimizes the programming of the 10-speed automatic transmission for faster shifts.

In addition to the three supercharger kits, Lebanon Ford will sell customers a twin-turbo kit with 650 hp. However, this package doesn’t come with a warranty.

Lebanon Ford says that anyone who orders an F-150 from it will need to wait eight weeks for it to be delivered and four to six weeks for the modifications to be made. You can check it out on Lebanon Ford’s site for yourself here.

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  • Bash

    Clearly he is one proud Lebanese. And I have no problem with that btw.

  • Paul Webster

    The gen 2, gen 3 coyotes are absolutely fabulous platforms with which to develop power. The glitch has always been the packaging. Given a truck engine bay the glitch goes away and affordable HP becomes cost effective. The tranny is what I have some questions about.


  • Tumbi Mtika

    Scary proposition.

    I’m listening…

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