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Lightning-Inspired, 725 HP Beechmont Ford F-150 Costs Just $50K: Video

Beechmont Ford has developed a reputation in recent years for building some seriously powerful Ford Mustang and Ford F-150 variants and selling them for very reasonable prices. The latest is this Lightning-inspired Beechmont Ford F-150, which produces a whopping 725 horsepower and costs as little as $50k. That’s a very solid horsepower-per-dollar ratio, and one that we’re betting old school sport truck fans will be happy to take advantage of.

Make no mistake, however – this is no old fashioned SVT Lightning. The Beechmont Ford F-150 is actually based on a Crew Cab STX four-wheel-drive F-150 equipped with Ford’s 5.0L Coyote V8, to which buyers can add their choice of a Roush or Whipple Gen 5 supercharger. The Whipple’d pickup produces 725 horsepower, while the Roush-equipped V8 lays down a less but still impressive 650 horsepower.

The Beechmont Ford F-150 is a complete package and includes not only the parts but also the installation of those parts and tuning the truck. The STX is a nice, affordable base for the build as well, since it has a lower starting price than higher trim levels as well as color-matched bumpers, fog lights, and other niceties not present on base model pickups.

As is the case with all of Beechmont’s builds, however, buyers can do whatever they’d like to this wicked fast F-150. The sky is essentially the limit, whether that be adding more power, a performance suspension, a lift or lowering kit, custom paint or vinyl wrap, or different wheels and tires. If you can imagine it, Beechmont will build it, and that’s quite appealing for anyone looking to build a cool custom pickup.

Plus, the factory warranty remains intact, though those opting for the Roush blower also receive a 3-year, 36,000-mile warranty as well. Sounds like a win-win to us.

We’ll have more cool aftermarket offerings like this to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series news, Ford F-150 news, and continuous Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. royly

    my guess-when the broncos are actually built and delivered (june/july 2021) there will be several companies taking the ecobooms out and dropping in the 5.0-something ford should have offered as an option from the start. An interesting note: all those bronco fan boys that claim the bronco doesn’t need a 5.0 (as if they’ve actually driven one), will be angry, because they’ve purchased a four door v6 automatic! suddenly their “cool look” won’t look as cool as someone else’s. these are pathetic people, they are far more worried about the appearance than the performance! these trucks look great-and i’ll bet they perform as advertised.

  2. Rc

    News flash…Broncos are all ready available.. sayville Ford has 2 out front…terrible! Look like same height and size of the flex, what a disappointment.

  3. Phil Layman

    I purchased a 1981 Bronco. It had the Big 300 6 cyclinder in it. It had 100 miles on it.!!Was the Best vehicle I have ever owned. Cost me 11 k…sold it for 16 k …wished I would have kept it…but was young and had a new Baby so the truck was a way to get ahead of the bills. Boy! I Loved that truck !! But my daughter was just a month old too! She was more important.

  4. Michael Davis

    My 1992 Bronco has a 5.0L and wouldn’t trade it for the world, all the power you need for off roaring and pulling my favorite boat to my secret fishing hole. On another note, the new bronco, well I can say for myself it’s a disapointment, body lines to shallow, it’s like another reader said its a FLEX! Only raised 6 inches. Thank you.


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