Qualified: The story of Quintaz Struble and Mandrell Dean
The white Cutlass Supreme parked in Quintaz Struble's driveway hasn't moved in years. Dents and a tattered red-vinyl top are the least of its problems. It's going to need a new motor, a new transmission and lots of work to be drivable.
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Quintaz says he'll own that 1986 Cutlass til the day he dies, if only for who it belonged to — an Oklahoma high school football legend named Mandrell Dean.
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