How Does An 800-Horsepower Ford Mustang For $40,000 Sound?

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Like a screaming supercharger.

Lebanon Ford of Lebanon, Ohio, is back at it again with another rock-bottom priced, high-po Mustang upgrade. In partnership with Whipple Superchargers, Lebanon is building Ford Mustang GT's fitted with a 3-liter supercharger capable of chucking out a monumental 800 horsepower. But the best part of it all is its price. Unlike a high-horsepower Demon that can cost upwards of $90,000, the Lebanon Ford Performance Mustang will only set you back $39,995. Hell, may as well buy two!

The Ohio dealer is one of the most successful dealerships in America when it comes to selling Mustangs. In 2016, when the dealer was offering its previous 727-hp Roush supercharged Mustang, the dealer was selling three to five of them per day. That equated to 1 out of every 100 Mustangs sold in America, The Truth About Cars reported at the time.

The new 800-hp $40,000 model comes with a Tomahawk tuner included. Whipple will also warranty the entire powertrain for 3 years/36,000 miles for an additional $995. That's cheap peace-of-mind for an 800-horsepower monster such as this. If 800 horsepower isn't enough, the dealer will build you a 1,200-horsepower Mustang for just $11,000 more. But with great power comes great responsibility as the stock driveshaft can't cope with that much power to the wheels. Those buyers more at home on the drag strip may want to opt for the LFP 10, another built Mustang GT that can lay down mid-10-second quarter miles. That costs a more dear $60,000 though.


[Source: AutoBlog]

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