THE GRAND PRIZE
ENTER TO WIN A 2021 FORD MUSTANG GT V8 AND $10K CASH!
2021 Ford Mustang GT Coupe
5.0L V8 Engine (460hp)
10sp Automatic Trans
Factory “Shadow Black” Exterior Paint
Custom painted Phantom Purple Accents and Ghost Gold 6’s on the doors and hood
Factory “Black Accent” Package (grill, logos, mirrors)
Foose Performance Side Scoops and Cowls
Carbon Fiber Rear Spoiler
Katskin Leather Seats with 6’s embroidered on the headrests
Ford Performance "Track Pack" Suspension
Custom Performance Tuned Exhaust
Velgen VF5 - Gloss Bronze Wheels (20x10 front, 20x11 rear)
Nitto NT555 G2 - Ultra High-Performance Tires (275s front, 305s rear)
ABOUT SONNY SIXKILLER
Sonny Sixkiller, an American Indian, University of Washington quarterback, was recruited and received a scholarship to the University of Washington in Seattle. He was given uniform number 6 due to his name. As a sophomore in 1970, he became the starting quarterback for the Huskies and led the NCAA in passing. Sonny Sixkiller was a stand-out athlete and held fifteen school athletic records.
In just 28 games (1970–1972) Sonny Sixkiller became one of the most popular players in Washington University athletic history, establishing passing records that stood for nearly 30 years. Quarterback Sixkiller, wearing the famous #6 purple football jersey and gold helmet, was photographed for the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine as the “Washington Wonder,” October 1971.
Later, Sonny Sixkiller starred opposite actor Burt Reynolds in “The Longest Yard,” a 1974 sports-comedy movie about prison inmates and their “Mean Machine” team who played football against their prison guards.