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I have some modern horns on my 65 that i would like to replace with original style horns. Who makes the best reproduction or sells refurbished original horns? Any reproductions to stay away from?
 

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If the above link is not suitable, check with NPD or Virginia Classics Mustang. in Broadway, VA.
 

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I suspect there is actually only one source for manufacture of these horns. They are about 95% right, close enough for anything but concours.
 

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My 69 horns from NPD sound great.
 

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I suspect there is actually only one source for manufacture of these horns. They are about 95% right, close enough for anything but concours.
This post is correct, the manufacturer/supplier is Carpenter, and we carry all of them for all years/applications.

They are nice, and close enough for hand grenades and horseshoes..

Rick
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https://www.carhornrestoration.com/
This is a sorta local place that I ran into at a show a couple years ago. Don't know if they only restore or if they have ones to sell.
Gary Steinkellner at this link is who I had rebuild my non-working 1965 horns. The quality of his work was very good and they work like new.
 
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