Last week I put a note on Facebook to my local gearhead homies asking if I could steal a compression tester for a couple days. One of the first guys to answer the call was Dennis MacPherson the owner of DMC Racing, a shop that I have been away from for far too long. DMC has built and continues to build some of the baddest small tire drag race cars in the country. From the Corvette of Paul Major to the Mustang of Alex Vettros, and the hellacious Buick and Mustang of the DeMarco brothers, DMC has kicked out some truly awesome iron. Dennis was working on the 4th of July because frankly, that’s how the man rolls. DMC now has a full line of in-house manufactured components like rear end housings, a myriad of chassis parts, and with a full compliment of CNC machines and mills, the product line will be expanding ever larger in the future.
When I stopped by on the 4th, I had my camera with me, because it has basically morphed into a part of my body. Dennis was cool enough to take some time out of his Tig welding and shoot the breeze with us about the shop, the cars in it, and what’s going on in the future. Scroll down to see the photos from the shop and read the captions to learn what’s going on at one of the busiest and most well known drag race car fabrication shops in the country!