Kinda in rough shape, but I bet with a little time and elbow grease, it'd be a nice beacon again!
Tripp Lite (later becoming Tri Lite) beacons starting in the late 1980s through today had the stick-on badges. Older beacons up until the late 80s had the rivited, metal badges. So somewhere from the mid-60s to the real early late 80s is your beacon. They don't have definitive dates of...
I can confirm this. We have a local classic vehicle collector in my home county, and he took delivery on a 1969 Kenworth pumper truck from Seattle FD. All the red lenses were gone per the strict guidelines the fire department set for the sale of the truck to a civilian. So, in addition to a...
Two Mars Skybolts, a Federal 174, a Fireball II, a Director and PA300 siren, and other miscellaneous light stuff? Yeah, that's a good haul!
Now find a Mars cross bar and you got a a home for those two Skybolts, heh heh!
I would go with a Federal FA-3 alternating flasher or a Tridon EL13A-1 alt flasher. You won't be able to use the original can flasher holder, but at least you'll have a good working flasher to show off the beacon.
I got ya, n4rpd ;)
Whelen Edge 9000 with 500 series LED modules & usual strobes
Code 3 Excalibur
Whelen Edge 9000, strobe & halogen combo
Code 3 MX7000
Federal Signal Vision/Vector
There's some ideas to toss around ;)