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Sparton, with a self contained motor-driven vane type compressor. This is an antique horn, produced with either 3 or 4 trumpets, playing pre-programed tunes. A later Sparton 3 trunpet vibrator type electric horn had a "keyboard". allowing you to play "Mary Had a Little Lamb" or other tunes with those notes.

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Please, for the love of all that is decent in this world, do not put one of these on your car! I'll beg if I have to!

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Well, its my car and I'll do whatever I want to it.

Please, for the love of all that is decent in this world, do not put one of these on your car! I'll beg if I have to!

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Matt,

No problem, I sure won't use La Cucaracha. Just looking for some good old songs. I guess I will have to buy a 12 volt horn and use my 12 volt battery-pak that I have wired a 12 volt cig socket under dash out of site and I used

my GPS on trip to Stowe meet this past week-end.

Steve

Will you at least disable "La Cucaracha?" :)

I meant no offense. Apologies.

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My Sparton #170 horn is a 6-Volt, has five (5) trumpets, and plays "The Campbells Are Coming, Tra-La, Tra-La". There are many others out there.

Other of our noise-makers include a "Hollywood Wolf-Whistle", an Explosion Whistle, Buell Air Trumpets, a Klaxon, and a Bull-Horn, none of which are on the Packard or the Cadillacs.

Edited by Marty Roth (see edit history)

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Here's what some of those nasty noisemakers look like.

Hollywood Wolf Whistle, spark plug explosion whistle, Sparton 3-note, exhaust slide whistle, and Trico vacuum horns.

Another annoying one is the Bermuda Bell. It's all for fun now.

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Edited by Dave Henderson (see edit history)

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