Ohio Corn Maze Inspired by All-New Ford F-150

The all-new Ford F-150 is inspiring people around the nation to go further—but it isn’t just appealing to those who have tons of gear to haul around or to our customers at L&L Motors.

Leaders Farm in Napoleon, Ohio has created a seven-acre corn maze in tribute to the Ford F-150—and when we say “tribute,” we don’t just mean that it wrote “sponsored by” on a sign next to the cornfield. No, the maze itself is shaped after the iconic pickup truck.

“We are a multi-generation Ford-driving family,” said Kristin Leaders of Leaders Farms. “My husband Brad was reading a magazine last winter and saw the new F-150 design and loved it. We thought it would really stand out as the feature of this year’s corn maze.”

One of Leaders Farm’s other attractions is Big Jack, a huge pumpkin cannon mounted to a Ford F-450 Super Duty truck. It can launch pumpkins nearly half a mile thanks to a compressed air tank that weighs 500 lbs. and develops 30 psi of pressure. Wow!

Hennessey Brings Venom GT and Custom Fords to 2015 SEMA Show

2015 SEMA ShowHennessey Performance Engineering is well-known for building the custom Venom GT, one of the fastest cars in the world—the latest version of which it unveiled at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, packing a whopping 1,451 horsepower!

But what kind of company does Hennessey deem worthy of its flagship supercar? That would be none other than a 774-horsepower Ford Mustang Convertible and a 650-horsepower VelociRaptor Ford F-150 pickup truck, both of which it also brought along for the show. Yes, Hennessey loves enormous horsepower figures.

But horsepower isn’t the only thing the two Ford vehicles can boast about. The tuning house claims the Mustang can race from 0 to 60 mph in a staggering two seconds flat, and both vehicles feature sexy new equipment, like custom lightweight Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires and Brembo racing brakes for the ‘Stang and a Fox suspension upgrade and heavy-duty bumpers for the F-150.

Needless to say, you won’t find either at L&L Motors, but we’d certainly love to have a ride in one of these monsters.