Is this 1000-Horsepower Mustang the best deal in history?
This Ford Dealer Will Sell You a 1000-HP Mustang for just $54,995
If you're looking for an all-American sports car, you can do a whole lot worse than the Ford Mustang. With prices staring at just $26,000 for the 310 HP eco-boost model, and a pretty hefty $70,000 for the Shelby GT500 with a simply berserk 760 HP. The Ford Mustang has always been an amazing sports-car bargain, with insane power and more recently good handling for not too much money.
However, if you are willing to pay just a little bit more money one Ford dealer will be more than happy to get your Mustang up to just over 1000 HP at the crank. The now world-famous Lebanon Ford are well known for selling insane aftermarket upgrades to a variety of Mustang models.
However, this one certainly takes the cake. Because for just $54,995 the Ohio-based Ford dealer will install a myriad of upgrades, all of which combined will get your Mustang up to an eye-watering 1000 HP, a number which will embarrass nearly every hypercar on the road today.
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These upgrades include your choice of either a Whipple 3.0 Gen 5 supercharger or a D1X Procharger kit, an ECU tine, and the level 1 performance pack. Although it will run on 93-octane gasoline, you'll need to fill it with E85 to get that headline-grabbing 1000 HP, running on 93-octane will get you a measly 800 HP so make sure you have access to E85.
However, this does come with one big caveat, there's no warranty. Because while your standard 5.0 liter V8 Mustang comes with a factory warranty Labnon Ford don't provide one on your 1000 HP Mustang. Which when you stop and think about it makes a whole lot of sense, they are essentially hand-building a 1000 HP muscle car. And don't forget it is based on a car which was only ever designed to go up to 760 HP.
That being said this car does appear to be quite a good value. Because at $90,000 it is far cheaper than any comparable muscle car, let alone a hypercar.