Specialty horns?

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  1. Sue

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    Does anyone know where I can get a horn that plays woody woodpecker? I can find them in the States but they won't ship to Canada. My son wants one for his old truck.
     
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    I really hope that violates something along the lines of a Good Taste Trade Law.
     
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    A woody woodpecker horn sounds like something Donny would allow.
     
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    i have an oooga horn on my old truck
     
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    He has a '73 chevy truck...Pretty nice truck actually. The "in" thing for his age group is speciality horns. He wants something different.

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    Haha...I agree. but when you are 16...
     
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    That is a sweet truck, I'd be pumped to have that
     
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    It seems as if Wolo makes every other horn in the world except for a Woody Woodpecker horn, thats the brand I know most local shops can get their hands on.
     
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    Maybe call one of the auto parts stores and see if they can get something for you and bring it back across the border? They're constantly heading down into the States to pick up custom parts whether for the store or whatever races they're involved with.
     
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    That is an awesome truck
     
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  11. Sue

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    Thanks...He found her in an old barn that someone who went out West just left to rot. He is going to be a mechanic, so great work project for him. She was lifted 8 more inches than this.
    I will call the auto place near here. He can't think of another "unique" horn. The trains and Dixie ones are all over the place here now. He wants something that will fit this truck in style and fun.
     
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    Yep...I checked and none :(
     

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