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Vintage Sirenlite For Antique Military Vehicles - Dodge, Gmc, Diamond In 6 V on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Naples, Florida, United States

Naples, Florida, United States
Condition:Remanufactured

For sale :

 

VINTAGE ORIGINAL SIRENLITE - MODEL 20JR

for ANTIQUE MILITARY VEHICLES like

DODGE, GMC, DIAMOND ...

in 6 Volt

 

We have a very nice original SIRENLITE model 20JR  in 6 V  freshly restored.  

It has been put apart, sandblasted, painted in olive drab, checked, reassembled, tested and works great. Shows some traces of time and usage but in a very good condition for its age. 

Complete with its original parts: nice front  red glass, shiny data plate, good hubs, new foot. 

A great siren  to complete the restoration of your antique military vehicle or as a nice display. 

Please ask question if you are not sure of what you need.


Sold as is.

 

Weight : 13 lbs

Diameter : 8" 1/4

Length : 15" 1/2

 

 

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