Want to own Ray Rice’s Jeep?

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While you’ll likely never be able to drive down a football field like Ray Rice, you can now at least drive down the highway like he does, as the Ravens running back is selling his 2013 Jeep Wrangler.

Five percent of the final sale price will go to Erika Brannock, a 29-year old Baltimore resident, teacher, and Ravens fan who was injured in the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy earlier this year.

For Rice, it’s just another in a long line of great ways in which he gives back to the local community.

As I type this, the current bid is $40,100, with eight days left on the auction.

Here’s the description of the vehicle, from EBay/Carbiz:

**HEMI Ray Rice 27 Edition – Only 1 in the world – 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon – HEMI27 Edition!** **This is a “like new” condition fully upgraded Jeep outfitted with the following options and built for Superbowl Champ Ray Rice: The winner will also get a personal meet & greet with Ray at the dealership upon delivery. The winner will get a free autograph and photo with Ray**5% of the final sale price will be donated to “The Erika Brannock Fund” to support our hometown Boston Bombing Victim Erika Brannock. For more details about her story go to http://www.thebrannockfund.com/ ** **Brand new 5.7L V8 Engine Upgrade using JK Hemi coversion kit by Burnsville Automotive** **3″ Ready Lift** **Flat Black 3M custom vinyl wrap** **Custom Dual Exhaust** **XRC Off road bumpers & Side Steps** **Custom 22″ HRE’s built specifically for this vehicle to be used in an HRE Dub magazine photo shoot** **35″ Trail Grapplers tires** **Warning Driver Lights** **Custom AEV Hood** **Xenon Fender Flares** **Kicker Sub & Amp** **Back Up Camera/video in motion module** **Jeep Options include: Navigation** **Leather Seating** **Air Conditioning** **Power Locks and Windows** **We have all of the service receipts and records for all of the conversion items. The Jeep has over $80,000 invested** **The vehicle also comes with the factory Hard Top (not pictured)** Come visit us at Carbiz and see why we won “2012 Used Car Dealer Of The Year” from Dealerrater.com and how we are ranked the #5 Independent Internet Retailer in the entire country from acclaimed auto magazine Auto Dealer Monthly. Every vehicle Carbiz sells goes through a 120 Point Certification Inspection and comes standard with a 12 month/12,000 mile powertrain warranty. Some exclusions apply. Unlike most of our Competitors, when purchasing a Previously Owned vehicle from Carbiz, you will not encounter any hidden charges (i.e. Reconditioning Fees, additional Maryland State Inspection costs or Freight Fees.) The only additional cost to our Internet Price is State Tax, Tags, License, and $199 Dealer Processing Fee.

And a couple photos:

View more photos and see the listing at this link.

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RSR/ESR Senior Editor. Derek is originally from and a current resident of Pasadena, MD. He’s a graduate of UMBC and has been a lifelong Baltimore sports fan. In 2007 he founded B’More Birds’ Nest, where he wrote about the Ravens and Orioles before joining RSR in 2012. Derek’s work has...more

2 Raves on “Want to own Ray Rice’s Jeep?

  1. cathy branch on said:

    Thank you ray so much for helping my niece. She I’d an inspiration to us all. You proved that there ate great people out there. Thank you for your support

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