RetroSound M2I-101-253-68-78 Model Two Radio, 1947-53 Chevy Truck
47-53 Chevy Truck, Chrome, Chrome Radio Face, Ivory Radio Buttons
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RetroSound's Model Two is the most technologically-advanced radio ever made for your classic 1947-53 Chevy Truck. This is the only Made-For-iPod radio for your vintage ride, and also features built-in Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free phone calls and wireless audio streaming. Model Two features a new 32,000 color display to customize your radio to your vehicle's interior. Two USB ports for iPod/iPhone plus two standard auxiliary inputs are included. Model Two has a built-in 25 watts x 4 channel power RMS MOSFET amplifier as well as front and rear RCA pre-outs, plus subwoofer output, to add external amplifiers. It mounts seamlessly into your dash thanks to RetroSound's patented InfiniMount adjustable bracket system.
- Made for iPod/iPhonecompatibility
- Built-in Bluetooth connectivity
- 32,000 color display
- Authentic push-button styling
- AM/FM RDS tuner with 30 pre-sets
- Two rear-mounted USB ports for iPod/iPhone or USB flash drive
- Two auxiliary inputs for portable devices
- 25 watts x 4 channel RMS power amplifier
- Dual RCA pre-outs plus subwoofer output for external amplifiers
- Patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system
- Body can be mounted remotely for custom installation using optional extension cable
- Fits 1947-53 Chevy Truck
- Chrome faceplate and bezel
- Ivory and Chrome knobs
Owners Manual (PDF)
Note: See knob image for actual knob color/finish.
Q & A
Tim provides a brief introduction to our RetroSound Stereos.
Tim talks about some of the 1940 Ford dash items we offer.
Speedway Motors employee Greg N. takes some time to sit down and talk about the RACEceiver radios, kits, and components.
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Product master Jeff K. doesn't like to hack up the dash in his projects just to hang a modern stereo. So instead, he hides them!