|ForPly - 1964 Plymouth Belvedere|
The slant-back, 2-door hardtop coupe is blazoned in a Sherwin-Williams’ Radiant Red matte finish with Graphite racing stripes. The Graphite Grey-colored, race-ready cockpit features carbon fiber panels and race bucket seats. Under the hood, a Kasey Kahne-driven Evernham Motorsports Dodge R5-P7 race engine has been reengineered as a 750-plus h.p., 358-cid, fuel-injected, V-8 powerplant. Racing components integrated from the Evernham Motorsports #10 Dodge Charger driven by Scott Riggs at the 2007 Daytona 500 include the front/rear clips, four-speed manual transmission, and fully-adjustable NASCAR suspension. Other unique features include NASCAR-style splitter and spoiler, custom 18-inch NASCAR-style wheels, and a multi-channel input, all-digital, backlit dual-display dash with separate driver and passenger controls.
|#19 Ford Probe Modified|
Ray Evernham drove this race car from 1988 to 1991, winning races every year. In fact, Ray won his last feature race with this car in April, 1991 on opening night at Wall Stadium Speedway (NJ). Many years later, Ray purchased the car back for his collection. The car was fully restored at REE in 2012.
|IGNITE Grand Opening (Dec. 2012)|
IGNITE hosted its grand opening in Davidson, N.C. in December 2012. IGNITE is a community center to support young adults with high-functioning autism and Asperger's syndrome.
|XL1 at Wall Stadium (Nov. 2012)|
Ray returned the restored XL1 and #19 Ford Probe modified race cars to Wall Stadium for the 2012 Turkey Derby. Wally Dallenbach Sr. once again drove the legendary XL1 where he did back in the early 1960s and Ray took the wheel of the #19 Ford Probe that he drove to victory back in 1991 at Wall.
|ForPly at SEMA Show 2012|
Ray unveiled the ForPly, a custom-built 1964 Plymouth Belvedere at the Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes booth at SEMA Show 2012 in Las Vegas.
|XL-1 The Lost Legend|
XL-1 (Experimental Lincoln) is one of the greatest modified race cars in New Jersey history, dominating East Coast race tracks in the late 1950s and 1960s. Over time, all the XL-1’s disappeared. Fortunately, Evernham discovered an original XL-1 in backwoods Virginia and carefully restored the vehicle to its original condition and luster in 2012.
|US Legends Car Testing Day 2|
Photos of the new US Legends Dirt Modified testing at East Lincoln Speedway with the new body style.
|Three Wide US Legends at ELS|
Video footage of the new US Legends Dirt Modified cars testing at Ray Evernham's East Lincoln Speedway.
|Testing the new US Legends Dirt Car at ELS|
Check out video footage of the new US Legends Dirt Modified car test at Ray Evernham's East Lincoln Speedway.
|US Legends Car Testing Day 1|
Here are a few photos of the new US Legends Dirt Modified car test at Ray Evernham's East Lincoln Speedway.