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Lucas Alto Pre WW2 & Post WW2 ALTO HORNS, Plus STRONG REPLACEMENT BEZELS DISCS GASKETS AND BRACKET BITS

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British Pre WW2 plus Post WW2 Lucas New Alto Car Horns information

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From early 1930 Lucas had New Alto Horns for Cars, 6 Volts 12 Volts & in a variety of forms with terminals & threads plus material differences up to WW2, the number Lucas used always started with (High Frequency) HF7-- pre WW2, eg's 748 & 722 724 728. Post WW2 it would have a number 1 added as a prefix 1722 1728 1748 etc whilst pre & Post WW2 Grilles used were a very wide range & often changed always a way to save costs. some with logo emblems & others with inbuilt ones, take a look at some of those sub standard grilles in the pic.
The 1950's onwards MAZAK Alloy HF 1722 1724 1748 etc ones fitted to Jaguar Austin Healey & a heckuva lot of other British Classics & the Military WD ones would very often be 24 Volts for Lorries etc. So beware of what you pick up at Swapmeets & Autojumbles.


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