FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Browns fans everywhere are getting ready for the upcoming season by getting tickets, buying new jerseys and in one instance, customizing a classic sports car.
Kevin Wiechart, from Fort Wayne, Indiana, customized his 1979 Corvette and made it “dangerous.”
“I’ve had the car for 25 years. It was the first thing I bought when I graduated college. I just felt inspired to add the color,” Wiechart said.
The classic car is now a shrine to Baker Mayfield, with an orange No. 6 printed on the sleek brown door and "Feelin' Dangerous" on the back. The rear window reads “Mayfield” and the car’s look is topped off with an orange racing stripe down the center of the Browns themed sports car.
Wiechart grew up near Lima, Ohio, but moved to Fort Wayne for work and school in 1992. Despite the distance, Wiechart and his family are clearly life long Browns fans.
Wiechart posted his customized ride to Twitter where he caught the attention of the Cleveland Browns.
😍— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) June 20, 2019
It looks like they liked it just as much we did.