Hot Rod Magazine just published a feature article covering an awesome 1952 Chevrolet 3100 pick up truck. From the curb, this looks to be a modest and clean restoration. When you get into the details, you’ll see that this is a high-performing resto-mod, ready to take on anything that gets in its way.
Under the truck is a TCI chassis equipped with a Currie 9″ rear end and a 4-link rear end. Up front is the TCI independent front suspension. Under the hood is a supercharged and heavily modified LS9. This entire package delivers a truck with plenty of power and handling.
Here’s what Mark did electrically with our Infinitybox system. He started out with our 20-Circuit Kit. This is his electrical backbone in the truck. His MASTERCELL and two POWERCELLs are controlling his ignition, starter, headlights, turn signals, running lights, high-beams, horn and cooling fan. He then added inMOTION to control his power windows and power locks. Lastly, he added inTOUCH NET so that he could control the whole truck from the Kenwood head unit in the dash or the smart phone in his pocket. The finished product is a clean electrical install with features that no other wiring harness can offer.
This picture shows the details in the interior plus the Kenwood head unit that is his interface for inTOUCH NET and the rest of the Infinitybox system.
You can click on this link to get to the entire Hot Rod Magazine article. It goes through the truck specs in detail plus tells its back story. Thanks to the Hot Rod team for writing a great article and taking some great pictures of this truck.
Do you want your restoration to have the latest and greatest electrical and wiring? Do you want to learn more about how our Infinitybox system can get you new car control in your classic? Click on this link to contact our technical support team. We are here to answer questions and help you pick out the components to build the wiring system for your project.