1999 Ford F250 supercharged One owner 79,024 miles. Window sticker, all original paperwork, lots and lots of receipts and documentation. Appraisal in 2014 showing a replacement value of $74K. The truck has a LoJack security system installed. The engine is a 6.8L V10 – that has been built to mimic a Ford GT supercharged V8 – it has GT pistons, and custom Comp Cams camshafts and a custom fabricated water to air intercooler. The Paxton supercharger is new, replaced in 2015 (not rebuilt) with a brand new unit. See the dyno sheets – those power numbers are at the wheels!   The engine is now slightly worn out, after about 50,000 miles of towing, driving everywhere, racing at Thunder Hill, Willow Springs and Buttonwillow – and by racing running on the track at speed usually 3 – 4 other guys, all in helmets, passing Corvettes and Mustangs on the straightaways – and starting to slow down about 2/3 of the way on any given straightaway. Yeah, not as good on the turns as a Corvette – although not bad at all when you consider it is a 3/4 ton truck – but what a hoot! So much fun! Now the engine is tired and the transmission should be upgraded with HD components to handle this kind of power – however – it drives great – is still scary fast in traffic and if someone were to buy it for occasional use – say 3,000 to 5,000 miles a year they wouldn’t need to do anything to it – it can go like this for a long time…

Redwood City, California, United States