Latest Vintage Additions To My Collection

Jul 14, 2010
1,639
S.W. Ohio USA
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My newest additions.


The PA170 is supposed to have a plastic shroud around the faceplate, but it is missing. If anyone has one available, please let me know.


The little Trippe Lite siren is pretty unique. It looks like it was supposed to be mounted under a dashboard. Any info. on it would be appreciated.


The red cover was made by Unity, and fits over the older chrome head of a post mounted spotlight. It is NOS.


They haven't been cleaned up yet, but they work. The PA200 and Director will be sandblasted and powder coated.


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JohnMarcson

Administrator
May 7, 2010
11,045
Northwest Ohio
That tripplite one is cool.... That slide switch woulda been a pain to manipulate.
 

Wailer

Member
May 24, 2010
2,303
Canada
I'd love to get a S&W Magnum III. If you find any more, let me know.


The PA15A looks like a 1960s version with the low-pitched tones. I've got one that looks just like it.
 
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dustymedic

Member
May 21, 2010
633
Columbus,OH
Except for the Tripp Lite, I've worked in vehicles that had everyone of those sirens...
 

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