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$46,900 USD

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2003 Ford Lightning

  •  Bright Red Clearcoat
  •  Supercharged 5.4L/380 HP V-8 Engine
  •  Four Speed Automatic Transmission
  •  Held The Title Of "World's Fastest Production Truck"
  •  Only 5,475 Miles From New
  •  Comes With Window Sticker, Manuals And More

LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 2003 Ford SVT Lightning 

  The 2nd Gen SVT Lightning was launched for the 1999 model year with new styling features and unmatched performance, promising potential buyers the opportunity to own the World's fastest production pickup for around $30,000. Available only as a regular cab, step side model, the Lightning was much more than a standard F-150 with visual accents. An Eaton supercharged 5.4L V-8 provided 360 hp and 440 lb-ft of torque in 1999, and was later upgraded to 380 hp and 450 lb-ft. A 4R100 4 speed automatic transmission was borrowed from the Ford Super Duty platform to transmit power to a limited slip 9.75" rear axle, and traction was maximized by Goodyear rubber at all four corners. The engine was designed by Roush and Ford's Special Vehicle Team, upgraded with such parts as forged rods, lower compression pistons, and a forged crankshaft. Big horsepower and not much weight make for an energetic ride to the tune of 13.7-seconds e.t.s and runs 0-60mph in 5.8 seconds. 

  This example offered for sale was sold new at Magic City Motor Corp in Roanoke, Virginia and was ordered in Bright Red Clearcoat paint with Medium Graphite Cloth/Leather interior. With only 5,475 miles on the odometer this Lightning has been climate controlled stored and looks like it just rolled off the dealership floor. Accompanying the sale of this special truck is the original window sticker, owner’s manuals and two sets of keys. 

  With the help of Ford’s Special Vehicle Team the F150 pickup truck was transformed into a whole new performance category and has now become an American classic. These trucks are becoming immensely popular and examples like the one offered for sale are becoming harder to find with such low mileage and great documentation. 

Since 1985, Legendary Motorcar Company has specialized in classic and exotic vehicle acquisitions, sales, consignments, global sourcing, restorations and collection management. Follow us on social media @LegendaryMotorcar - Instagram, Facebook and YouTube, updated weekly!

The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated. All advertised to be true but not guaranteed. We assume no liability for errors or omissions.

For Canadian Residents, Price + Applicable Taxes + Applicable Licensing Fees. All Prices in USD's.

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