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Old 09-01-2015, 11:49 AM
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looks good up there. those superior mounts are a hard idem to come by.

if you want to level it out. a longer bolt in the rear and a spacer between the mount and roof it will do the trick.

but in my eye they are a much nicer looking siren then the Q. I can wait to get mine up on the roof of my poncho.
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Does anyone have another one of those bases for sale?
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I finally got it mounted, but thanks for your suggestions.
Very nice looking car, Bill. Thomas Funeral Home here in Midland used the Model 78 doubletone siren on a couple of their ambulances back in the '60s: first on a '63 Ford wagon and then on their '66 Pontiac wagon. On both cars the siren was mounted front center and flanked by twin red Model 17 beacons; and the Pontiac had a pair of red 6" Unity lights cowl mounted in addition to the beacons and siren on the roof. It was also the last time they used mechanical sirens, as they went to Pontiac Consorts with electronic sirens in 1967 and then to their first vans in the early '70s. They left the ambulance business in 1974.
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