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Re: 41 Horns
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Pat, don't know... I'll check and post. Chris.

Posted on: 3/22 22:44:00
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Re: 41 Horns
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FWIW, my 1941 180 has a triple horn, so they did vary by model.

Posted on: 3/24 9:14:37
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Re: 41 Horns
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41 Seniors had triple horns standard, Juniors had dual standard.

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