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Ravens 'FanMobile' Spotting on Delmarva

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SALISBURY, Md.- During this Super Bowl season, you might spot a souped-up Ravens car cruising around Delmarva. The guy behind the wheel of this "FanMobile" is Cedric Armwood.
He claims to be one of Delmarva's biggest Ravens fans.

"My brother took me to my first Ravens game about three years ago, and we stumped the Panthers," Armwood said. "Ever since then I have been a die-heart Ravens fan."

Armwood has fans of his own- lots of them.
 
"At most times they try to flag you down or stop you and take pictures," he said.

And when you think it can't get better -- it does.

"Ray Rice actually signed this logo on this window," said Armwood while pointing to a picture of Ravens football player Ray Rice.

His "FanMobile" sits on 24-inch wheels that cost nearly $2,400.

When it comes to keeping thieves away from this expensive toy, he said he is not worried.

"I don't see anyone stealing anything out of the car, or off the car. If anyone take anything, someone will know it came off of this car."

With or without a Super Bowl ring, this super fan will still parade his pride-and-joy - up and down Delmarva.

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