Train horn on a car

 
  Carnot Minister for Railways

Norwegian comedy trio, a small car, and a train horn:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7A9Y5dwPHI

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Loved it! Hilarious. Thanks for the link.
  Aaron The Ghost of George Stephenson

Location: University of Adelaide SA
One of my good mates has a fair sized compressor and two hidden switches to fire off the ex CLP horns he has installed in a 1970s VW Passat. Rattles on buildings when he lets it go on the streets!
  Valvegear Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Norda Fittazroy
I own a couple of genuine Klaxon horns, and I really must get around to fitting one in the Lancer.
  TheBlacksmith Chief Commissioner

Location: Ankh Morpork
I have a genuine Sher Wailing Joe police siren, the type that were mounted in the middle of the bonnet of the Victoria Police cars, lots of fun and damned noisy.
  greasyrhys Chief Commissioner

Location: MacDonald Park, SA
I would love to get one of those 5-chime Leslie Supertyphoon horns (BL's, G's, DL's, some GM's have them) one day.
  Expost Deputy Commissioner

There is a ute/ small truck running around Blackwater Qld with a set of 5 klaxons mounted on the roof of the cab.

I have 4 decent sized chromed steel air horns behind the grill of the Nissan, running off an air tank charged to about 120psi. Its a great prank when I get the car serviced, the guys that know they are there will get a newbie to check the horn. They usually smeg themselves. They are deliberately LOUD, so if someone driving their car, with AC on, stereo blaring, ect, can still hear me.
  dthead Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
Knew a gentleman who liked trams who had a tram bell in his van then small truck, he'd go behind a older tram and startle the tram driver ( if he knew the guy)..... with a few bells. What no tram behind ! Smile

Regards,
David Head
  David Peters Dr Beeching

Location: "With Hey Boy".
There was a guy here in Adelaide that worked for Telecom at the time that made a chime whistle like a SAR steam locomotive had and mounted it to his exhaust pipe, he had installed a pull wire by the drivers seat to operate it. Start up the car and get to the corner of Gawler Place and Flinders Street in Adelaide CBD and let it rip with a long, short, long SAR level crossing whistle. Everyone stopped and looked around and he drove blissfully on home. He knew me and sometimes did it if he saw me as well. It was loud that was for sure just using the exhaust.
  Turbo Thomas Assistant Commissioner

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