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Old 05-27-2014, 09:55 PM
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I have raised enough money to buy a sedan and do a Sarasota County Sheriff patrol car replica. It's a 70 Bel Air. At that time, we used two model 14's on a bar (I called them a luggage rack). We have the rack and the lights, but there also was a siren mounted on the bar. It was the type that would fit inside the base of a Federal 184. Anyone have one for sale???? I'll be buying this out of my own pocket to keep the accounting simple. All the funds have gone through a community foundation.
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Are you looking for one of these? The speaker works fine, but if you have one and don't need this one, that's OK. The severe rust on the housing was stopped with sandblasting & primer. Will apply primer to remaining bare areas before shipping. Glad to refund & pay return shipping if it doesn't meet your needs.


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The speaker from a CJ-184 would be impractical (although not impossible) to mount on a light bar.

My guess is that you're looking for a Federal CJ-24 (Cobra style) speaker:

http://www.bhuz.com/classifieds.php?...r-4121&frame=1
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I misunderstood. I thought the request was for a speaker & housing for a CJ-184. My apologies. I have a CJ-24, but no VisiBar mount.
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