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TOPIC: Doodlebug and MU horns

Doodlebug and MU horns 1 year 11 months ago #6567

Folks,
I'm installing an ESU sound decoder in Doodlebug 4067.
The model has two horn trumpets facing downward then turning out.
One is short and one is long. I think that the MU cars used the same trumpets.
Does anyone know which horns these might be? Nathan, Leslie, Wabco?
Thanks in advance for any help,
Ted
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Doodlebug and MU horns 1 year 10 months ago #6575

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These maybe Strombos (sp?) horns, as used on Interurban cars. Believe Precision Scale Co. offered them in HO. A good reference for model and prototype traction and trolley items is: hoseeker.net/interurban.html
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