just wondering how many of you have these attached to your ford and how well they work?
I recently picked up a Fulton Aermore No.1 from a local flea market. Upon further review of period literature it would seem to indicate that the No.1 was for cars of 40-60HP, far more than out model T power plant. The ad's seem to indicate that a No3 or Ford Special would be appropriate.
Just doing a quick internet search I have seen sizes ranging from 00,0,1, and 2.
Add a picture and did you get the cut-out, Bob
I'll photograph it once I get home. no cut out, just the whistle.
found this while searching google books in Motor Age.
I love mine...works great!
Ed, Darren do you know which number do you have?
Interesting. My horn is not yet installed. It is 13 inches long and does not have a number on it, but it is an Aermore. Patent date of 1912. I don't believe the address above exists anymore. It is under the freeway.
However, the Fulton company grew and located out in West Allis by the huge West Allis tractor factory. Makes you wonder who acquired them later on. Maybe I should do a little research.