Warnray lights

Greg Scott

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These are some pics of my Warnray lights and a video. I’ve always liked these lights and they are pretty bright. I see them predominantly on Seagrave fire apparatus from the 1940’s thru 1950’s. I’m sure they were on others as well. Each light has its own Tung Sol flasher inside.


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Greg Scott

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Right now all the beacons and the other lights are mounted and all the wires are all ready to be hooked up. They will be hooked up to a Federal SW300 light box and I have a an older Whelen WS295 combo siren/light box I’ll use too. I’m currently just using a battery until it warms up here so I can spend some time and finish it out. The upper half of the display is pretty much done but I have a couple more mechanical sirens to mount on the lower half
 

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