[PICS] Feelin’ Dangerous: Cleveland Browns Fan Gives His 1979 Corvette a Makeover

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[PICS] Feelin' Dangerous: Cleveland Browns Fan Gives His 1979 Corvette a Makeover

Photo Credits: Kevin Wiechart


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.

Feelin' Dangerous: Cleveland Browns Fan Gives His 1979 Corvette a Makeover


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.

Feelin' Dangerous: Cleveland Browns Fan Gives His 1979 Corvette a Makeover


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!

Feelin' Dangerous: Cleveland Browns Fan Gives His 1979 Corvette a Makeover


Source:
FOX8.com

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