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Thread: WTB: Horn for 1965 1966 911 / 912

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    WTB: Horn for 1965 1966 911 / 912

    I'm a Honky that needs a Horn
    it's not a Snail, nor a Banjo
    335Hz, sorry don't know if it's a high or low tone.
    Thank you !
    Peter
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    Hi Peter

    Here you go..New or core restorable 335 Hz. PM me for details.
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    Tom Butler
    1973 RSR Clone
    1970 911E

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    Hi Tom
    Thanks for the response.
    I think your horn is an older (yet newer than mine) patinaed replacement horn.
    The connectors on the back of mine are different, they're a straight plug-in parallel to the horn body,
    there are no "connector boot holders" for lack of a better term.
    I couldn't find a pic of the front but it looks essentially the same.
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    Perhaps this is the one you are looking for?
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    Tom Butler
    1973 RSR Clone
    1970 911E

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    hi Petro

    installed one on my t4 recently...but should have an other one ...let you know asap.
    br f.

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    Yes Tom, looks like that's the one.
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    Danke Franz!
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    Happy to report that with help I've been able to resurrect my horn.
    The car has been apart for "a while"... is the horn s'posed to
    sound like a braying donkey?
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