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How To Get A 727HP Ford Mustang GT For Just $39,995

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Lebanon Ford in Lebanon, Ohio is selling new, supercharged Ford Mustang GTs with 727 horsepower of oomph for just $39,995 out the door.

Yes, for just a tick under $40k, you could have a beastly, Hellcat-slaying Ford Mustang. Wondering how that’s possible? So were we.

The Drive reached out to Lebanon Ford for more info, and was assured that the deal is genuine. The dealership can deliver cars nationwide, and wants “to focus on establishing a nationwide base of enthusiasts rather than making huge profits on each car.” The base MSRP for a new Ford Mustang GT is $32,395; the Roush Phase 2 supercharger upgrade stickers at $7,549.99.

By reducing its own margins on both of these, and swallowing the cost of installation, Lebanon Ford can still make a (slim) profit on each supercharged Ford Mustang GT, while reaching a broader national audience.

Of course, The Drive reports that most buyers don’t stop at the Roush Phase 2 supercharger upgrade, with plenty opting for brake, drivetrain, and visual upgrades. Most of the supercharged Ford Mustang GTs have ended up with price tags around $45k to $50k, with some costing as much as $60k.

Better still? Lebanon Ford will allow customers to finance with no money down. So, if you were waiting for a deal on a 727HP Ford Mustang GT that makes fiscal sense, this might just be it.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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