Autoblog may receive a percentage of purchases made through links on this page. Prices and availability are subject to change. No donation or payment required to enter or win this competition. See Omaze Official Rules.
If there is one thing in the automotive world, there are many, it is Ford Mustang variants. You have the EcoBoost, GT, GT350, GT500, Mach 1, Bullitt, not to mention all of the third-party varieties. One thing that could be more of that, however, is 750-horsepower Mustangs. Why should Dodge have all the fun? And why should people who have the money to buy supercharged muscles have all the fun? Thanks to Omaze, you don’t have to have more than a hundred grand to park 750 horses in your garage. You just have to be a little lucky.
This particular Ford Mustang is a 10th Anniversary Mustang Spec 5, one of just 10 examples from RTR. Not sure what this all means? Then we come to the numbers. Just like most Mustangs (not all, but most), this is a rear-wheel drive four-seater powered by a 5.0-liter V8 that produces 750 horsepower and 670 lb-ft of torque. This engine is connected to a 10-speed automatic transmission and, according to Omaze, is “the ultimate drift machine”.
It also comes with some RTR adjustments like a “Ford Performance Phase 2 Supercharger Kit; RTR Spec 5 fender flares, chin and rear spoiler, front and side splitter, rear diffuser and bonnet vents; RTR front grill with LED lighting; RTR Tactical Performance coilovers and pendulum rods; 20 ”RTR Aero 7 forged wheels with Nitto NT555 G2 tires; plus four additional tires for the winner to shred. “
In addition to the car, if you win, you’ll also get VIP access to a Formula Drift race where you can hang out with Vaughn Gittin Jr.
You’re probably wondering what it takes to win? First of all, no donation or purchase is required to enter, although if you do, your chances of winning will increase dramatically: $ 10 will get you 100 entries in this raffle, $ 50 will get you 1,000 entries, and $ 100 US dollars will get you 2,000 entries.
The donations themselves benefit Honor foldswho according to Omaze “is a nonprofit that provides educational grants to spouses and children of fallen and disabled members of the American service. Your educational grants support private tuition, homeschooling and tutoring for children in grades K – 12 as well as support for spouses and relatives in the university sector. To date, they have awarded over 29,000 scholarships in all 50 states plus Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.”
If you want to take this opportunity to own this piece of high performing horse meat, enter here. The closing date for entries is May 13, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific time.