Usually these kinds of related NFL stories come out around the start of the season, but this Ft. Wayne, IN resident wanted to get a jump on “Browns are going to the Super Bowl” bandwagon with a team-inspired makeover his 1979 Corvette.
Kevin Wiechart grew up in Delphos, Ohio and has been living in Ft. Wayne, IN. since 1992. As a lifelong Browns fan, Weichart says he and his brother go to the Browns training camp every year.
This year Wiechart says he wanted to do something different to show his support and with a Brown 1979 Corvette in storage, he knew just what he wanted to do.
“I had the car in storage and just felt inspired to do something different with it so I went with the Color Rush jerseys as my theme,” Wiechart tells Fox 8 in Cleveland.
Last weekend the Browns fan added a full body racing strip in Orange and added three orange Hash Marks to each fender. He also included a “Browns” decal to each side of the hood, and quarterback Baker Mayfield’s No. 6 was added to the doors. Mayfield’s “Feelin’ Dangerous” tag phrase and the Nike Swoosh logos were also applied to the car.
We think Wiechart’s Browns-inspired makeover of his 1979 Corvette came out pretty good! Do you have team inspired Corvette you would like to share? Let us know!
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