Wolf Whistle Horn Electric 12 Volt Sound Car Truck Call Vehicle Air Industrial on 2040-parts.com
Okatie, South Carolina, US
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This electrical horn produces the familiar and salacious "Wolf Whistle" or "Wolf
Call" to attract immediate attention on the streets. This shrill, extra loud,
two-tone whistle sound tops out at 103 decibels and is sure to turn heads. The
Wolf Whistle is easy to install in any 12-volt vehicle and is built of durable
materials to provide many years of dependable service. Wolf Whistle horn will attract immediate attention
It has a shrill and extra loud two tone whistle sound
Built to provide many years of dependable service
Easy to install in any 12 volt vehicle
Instruction manual in both English and Spanish for step-by-step
Only ship to the lower 48 states. Cannot
combine shipping, cannot ship to PO Boxes, or military address.
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