A 2020 Ford F-150 Raptor Supercrew extensively modified by Shelby is up for sale courtesy of Marshall Goldman. Production of the super-truck was limited by Shelby to 250 units per year, with this one being No137 fro 2020.
As standard, the F-150 Raptor is one of the most impressive, off-road-focused pickups on the market and yet, the original owner of this example was obviously on the hunt for some something even better.
A look at the window sticker reveals that this F-150 Raptor originally left the Ford factory with an MSRP of $75,290, including $17,505 worth of options such as the $10,920 Equipment Group 802A that adds a power-sliding rear window, tow monitoring, 4.10 front axle with a Torsen differential, 360-degree camera, adaptive cruise control, heated steering wheel, remote start, a B&O sound system, and more.
The truck was then sent to Shelby who fitted it with a set of unique 18-inch wheels with two bed-mounted spares. There is also a Shelby lift kit with remote reservoir Fox Racing shocks, Shelby front and rear bumpers, a Shelby ram air hood, extra large power steps with rock sliders and lights, Shelby decals, front and rear spotlights, and a retractable light bed on the bed-mounted rollover bar.
Shelby also fiddled with the 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6, fitting a large intercooler, an oversized air intake with high flow filter, power programmer, performance exhaust, and other alterations that help it deliver 525 hp and 610 lb-ft (827 Nm) of torque.
The listing adds that the pickup has only been driven 673 miles (1,083 km) and has an asking price of $128,900.