If you don’t know anything about Legends racing, let me give you a quick overview. First started in 1992, the Legends class uses a steel backbone chassis with 5/8 scale replica body shell designed to look like mid ’30s Ford/Chevy/Dodge Coupe that you’d have seen in early NASCAR races back in the day. The Legends car formula uses Yamaha motorcycle engines and some basic suspension/brakes to make racing as affordable as possible. The best part is that the little Legends cars race on both asphalt and dirt — so you get slip, slide, or drift if that’s your thing. Find this 1937 Inex Legends Racer offered for best offer in Vass, NC via faceplace marketbroken. Tip from John W.