This is a double twist nonpareil horn, tube, and bulb for a model T torpedo. This one is all original except it has a new bulb. The horn is perfect with the exeption of a small dent behind the mounting bracket. It would be an easy one to repair but wouldn't show at all with the horn mounted on a car. There are no cracks at all. The tubing is also in perfect shape, it just needs to be polished. The horn sounds great.
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for right hand drive. charley
I have one just like it and is for right hand drive
Thank you, I guess I forgot to add that part. Yes, right hand drive.
Is this a real Torpedo horn?
The ones I have seen and have are a little different, They look similar but the screen end is at a greater angle. That is to say the end with the screen continues to bend past vertical, not quite 45 degrees. I have a lot of photos but cannot get to them right now.
It is not a torpedo horn in my thinking.
Here's an older post with some input from Royce near the bottom:
It might be a RHD variant used during the mid-1912 "high door" before the conduit went inside the body tub and the horn became an inverted single twist (though it is not the one shown on the mid-'12 in the thread linked to above). The conduit on the horn here seems to be too short to run outside the body, though.
It is not the "ugly" 1911 horn that most refer to as a "Torpedo Horn".
$475 plus shipping... and read all of the posts in this thread so you know what you're getting. It is still a very nice double twist model T horn.
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It's a very nice horn, and while it might have been used on a T torpedo, I believe it is more likely from a 1911-12 E.M.F.. It appears to be identical to the one on my 1911 E.M.F. roadster and numerous other E.M.F.s that I've seen. I'm sure there is an E.M.F. owner out there looking for a good, complete horn assembly.