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For the purist, we can offer this
flat style screen with the wire
reinforcement inside. U.S.A.
This style of adjusting bar was unique to the Sparton horn. U.S.A.
The 'short' style bar inside
the horn. When you turn
your adjustment screw on
the back of the horn, this is the piece that is moving. Fits most horns, not all. U.S.A.
Used on the Sparton horn. U.S.A.
Keeps tension on the adjusting bar.
The Aermore exhaust whistle was a very popular accessory. This one is copper. Adaptors are sold separately. U.S.A.
This adapter is not made like the original one for the Model A. This is a universal style adapter that is made to splice into the 1-3/4" Model A exhaust tubing. The original was a casting that...
For the original Model A
Complete brush holder for 1 brush. This unit will include the tension bar. U.S.A.
This kit has all of the drive rivets needed for the Model A. U.S.A.
For the Model A horn. One gasket is used on each side of the diaphram. U.S.A.
A special serrated screw for adjusting the tone of the horn. U.S.A.
A nice repo of the horn projecter with the flange. Has corresponding name stamped on flange. Screen not included. U.S.A.
An extra heavy steel bracket for
the original or replacement horns.
Bolts to flange on horn so that you can
attach lt to the headlight bar. U.S.A.
The screw that holds the horn motor cover on. U.S.A.
The heart of the Model A horn sound
is the spring steel diaphram. U.S.A.
Special screws for attaching the flanges together. Two of the screws are longer for going through the horn bracket. (Black Oxide). U.S.A.
Authentic motor cover for the
horn that was made
from early 28 to late 28. Has
the word 'ADJUST' stamped in,
and the Ford in raised letters. Will work on all
of the other horns also....
Sparton used this style motor cover from late 1928 until 1932. Has "ADJUST" stamped and "SPARTON" in raised letters. Powder coated black. U.S.A.
This cover is actually correct for the early 28 Sparton horn and the Stewart-Warner. It will fit any of the other brands of original horns. The only marking on the cover is 'ADJUST'. Powder caoted...