When you are looking for an engine builder for your vintage racer you want someone you can trust; someone who’s been around a while and knows what works. Andy DeVercelly at Major Performance is a fourth generation desert racer. His great- grandfather “Pops,” (Andy DeVercelly the first), won his class at the very first Norra, Mexican 1000 in 1967. Andy’s grand-father was the first overall buggy in the second Mexican 1000 in ’68, won the Mint 400 twice and the Baja 500 five times. Andy’s father, driving with his dad won two SCORE championships, the Baja 1000 and the 500. Andy has carried on the winning tradition taking the ½ 1600 championship driving with Luke McMillin in 2010. You don’t rack up a family record like that without being committed to doing things right. Regardless if you need an old school, air-cooled motor or a large displacement, state of the art V8, Major Performance delivers major results.