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Horns, 6-V, 12-V, each; - $10 (Pomeroy)

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condition: fair
size / dimensions: 6-V, 12-V
A few electric automotive horns for you to choose from, $10 cash each, FOB Pomeroy WA.

All are untested; bring a battery to test, if you need to know.

A couple of plastic duo-tone Delco Remy 12-v horns, circa 1977.
These horns came off of a square body half ton Chevy that I parted out back in 2003 or so.

A single Electric Auto-Lite 6-v horn. (SOLD)

A pair of 6-v horns, mirror image in shape from each other, from a 1940 Dodge 3/4-ton pickup that I parted out circa 2012.

Just added a 1942 Studebaker truck horn and a pair of Diamond T horns.

Also a 1958 Dodge truck horn (Auto Lite stamped in it's cover).

Cleaning out the spares, so the horns have to go!

I do wander over to the L/C area from time to time and could bring them along if that helps.

Thanks for looking!

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