Here’s another great example of a customer’s car wired with our Infinitybox system. This is a highly customized 1971 DeTomaso Pantera built by Dave A, the cars owner. The finished product is beautiful. The stance is aggressive, the color pops and there are custom details all over the car. All of the pictures in this post were shot by Jason Peacott of Jason Peacott Photography. You can click here to get to Jason’s website to see his other work.
Dave started with a rusted-out, narrow body Pantera. All the rot was repaired and then the car was treated to a Group 4 race prep, including seam welding and doublers. A fully integrated cage was then added, which is stitch welded to the chassis. The all-steel exterior is a stylized Group 4 tribute. It was completely shaved and the engine bay & underbody feature all custom metal work.
Dave’s running a race-built LS7 engine, mated to a built G96.50 transmission, breathing through a custom Harrop ITB intake system and 8-into-1 exhaust. The exhaust work alone is worth the price of admission.
The car features a completely custom interior with special lighting and many one-off parts.
Dave wired the car with our 20-Circuit Kit and inLINK. The wiring is super clean and practically invisible. The distributed design of our Infinitybox system let Dave put the MASTERCELL and POWERCELLs where he needed them to keep the wiring simple and clean.
Dave has hidden switches on the outside of the car to control his door poppers. We custom programmed his poppers so they work from his inLINK fobs. We also programmed the system so that the poppers are disabled when he locks the system from his key fob. This is a simple but powerful security feature that you can get with your Infinitybox system.
This car was proudly built by Dave with help with a few specialty shops for some of the details. This includes White Post Restorations who did paint and final assembly.
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