Buell Air Horns for Classic Boat - $550 (Highland Village, TX)

by Bob
(Highland Village, TX)

1985 mint boxed set of Buell air horns.

These horns are hand spun solid brass finished in polished chrome.

The pair of horns incorporate a French horn and trombone bells to create an exceptional tone.

They have a sleek vintage look that is ideal for restored classic boats.

These classic horns measure 30.875 inches long with a 7 inch flare on the horn front, and the second attached horn measures 24 inches long with a matching 7 inch flare on the horn front.

These horns listed for $1050.00 back in 1985 but Buell had a few sets on sale for $550.00.

Price is $550.00, which is what I paid for them. Contact Bob

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Nov 18, 2015
contact info
by: Anonymous

972 743-8080.

Have not opened box to take a picture-want to keep in mint condition.

Please call CST zone

Nov 18, 2015
How do I get in contact with you?
by: Anonymous

How do i get in contact with you?

Aug 16, 2014
Pic of horn please
by: Randy

Please send information and pic to rstone@nashvillemachine.com


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