I saw in a post the other day where someone was looking for those cool chrome flex covers for the headlight wires. a local dealer “Early Ford Store of California” has them. They come with ferrules on both ends. one ferrule is flared to fit the headlight shell the other end passes through and dissapears into the radiator shell. The wire conduit for the Ford tail lights is longer than the one for the Ford headlight. Cost about $12.00/ Pair
It’s called an “Exhaust whistle”. The pressure from the exhaust manifold is used to blow it. You have a valve that is operated by a cable to the driver. When you pull the handle it makes noise. There are two kinds; first the steam whistle type that is just like you would find on a steam engine. And the second, like mine, has a small siren module inside the trumpet. The exhaust spins the siren and with “proper” manipulation you can imitate the popular “wolf whistle”. Interesting note, these came about during the transition period when cars were going faster but the electrical system still wasn’t up to par, (I wonder if Lucas got their start then) so your best auditory warning device was still the hand operated “bulb” horn. Not loud enough. So some bright young lad got the idea of using the exhaust to power the horn. This new sounding device was so loud compared to before that in California the device was outlawed! It’s still against the law here.
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