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    Default This would get me into A LOT of trouble...



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    I was waiting for him to scare the hell out of somebody, that would've been cool. :D
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    Check out his other videos, there's plenty of that too.
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    Far out.

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    I heard that once driving around O town scare the **** out of me looking around where the hell is that "Train"... Thinking I was about to die.

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    My friend has train horns on his jeep. He got pulled over and asked if he had them. Of course he said no. They asked him to push his horn, but its not hooked up to that...lol.

    They gave him a ticket for speeding or something but they just told him, in case he had train horns, itd be a $375 fine if he was caught with them...
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    This should get you started. Add a compressor and 3 gallon tank and you're all set.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Nathan-P5-train-...QQcmdZViewItem

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    I'm sure I'm not the only one thinking to themself: "Dam, as soon as I get my warrants cleared up, I'm getting me a train horn !!".

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    I have a Leslie 3 chime from a GP-7 used on the L&N. I had it hooked up to a compressor and a 30 gallon tank. That thing was loud as a (insert your favorite). I'd call my son from the park behind the house with it. Drove my ex crazy. She just didn't see the humor in it at all. Thinking back.....I see lots more humor in it now. I'm thinking now of maybe getting back from the train club and doing a drivve-by on her ass at 3:00am. Back right up to her window and BLASTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!

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    hah that thing would be a blast to have.

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    This is where it's at.....ferry siren:


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    With all his "Horns" on the outside of truck he, I don't see any way he could get out of that $375 ticket ;)

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    Same guy taking on a cruise ship:


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    F'ers I just noticed that this first video Phone Number on the sign at start of the video... 407-251-xxxx hmmm an Orlando phone number. I wonder if they something to do with a F250 which has some "Train" horns which I thought I was about to meet my maker.



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    My Buick Roadmaster has Factory horns that scare the bejesus out of offending cutter-offers. Usually accompanied by the "You're #1" hand gesture.:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivrrat View Post
    I was waiting for him to scare the hell out of somebody, that would've been cool. :D







    Quote Originally Posted by disneyjoe7 View Post
    F'ers I just noticed that this first video Phone Number on the sign at start of the video... 407-251-xxxx hmmm an Orlando phone number. I wonder if they something to do with a F250 which has some "Train" horns which I thought I was about to meet my maker.


    LOL

    Well, that is my shop in Orlando, but I only have the horns on my personal vehicles

    Although I've had countless requests, I have yet to install a setup on a customer car :o



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    Rick, you're everywhere!
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    Welcome Rick, Funny video and nice car 70 Ram Air IV T/A :)

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    If anyone's looking buy sets of train horns, be careful you're not getting stolen ones. Guys cutting the chimes off of locomotives has become a problem in some areas.

    I've never been much of a horn guy, but I'm a fan of motorized sirens. One of these days I'd like to pick up a civil defense model like an Allertor or a Thunderbolt 1000T. Right now I have a little Federal EG vehiclular siren that I got into shape for the Super Bowl party. :D

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    My gawd, there's hope for America after all !!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Face View Post
    Rick, you're everywhere!

    Yes I am, including Long Island lol



    Quote Originally Posted by disneyjoe7 View Post
    Welcome Rick, Funny video and nice car 70 Ram Air IV T/A :)

    Thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by John in MA View Post
    If anyone's looking buy sets of train horns, be careful you're not getting stolen ones. Guys cutting the chimes off of locomotives has become a problem in some areas.

    Yep

    This is especially true in the Taft area in Orlando :(


    I usually get mine from a well known collector in SC

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    Frame off on a subframe car? How does that work? :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by 66chevyIISS View Post
    Frame off on a subframe car? How does that work? :p


    Well, the subframe is off the car ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98 SNAKE EATER View Post

    This is especially true in the Taft area in Orlando :(


    Taft area close really close PM your work address and I stop by this week sometime to say hello :)

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