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Old 05-03-2011, 04:12 PM   #1
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Arrow Dixie Horn for Mustang?

Im 16 and I have a 65 Mustang Convertible 289 V8 Auto-Trans White top, Bright Metallic Blue (originally an option for the 1970 Mustang i believe). In other words, not fully stock.

The horn it currently has works but I bought another horn. I would love to put it in and have a more unique Mustang. Some people say that I should put it in and it would be different. Others say I should leave the original horn in. The horn I am talking about is from the 80's series "The Dukes of Hazzard"- the 1969 Charger R/T "General Lee" horn "Dixie". I bought the horn 3 years ago and just thinking about using it. As being a big fan of the show, I think it would make the mustang stick out, be different but interesting.
Should I install the "Dixie" horn or not?
I will Accept any comments, advice, positive or negative


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Old 05-03-2011, 08:03 PM   #2
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Re: Dixie Horn for Mustang?

I would have to say no, but I am also whats called a purist when it comes to the more classic stangs . By the way what part of NY are you from?

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My dad had a dixie horn on the jeep wrangler he had years back. Thing got looks though. Nit the smartest thing to use in the south cause people down here take things to seriously. But I'm all for making a stang stand out. Heck when I get my 78 running that suckers gonna stand out. I say do it. Just gotta keep the horns in good shape. Don't keep them maintained and one or two horns can go bad. Dad knows it from experience lol
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