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« on: September 17, 2006, 11:43:12 AM »

How about helping me fill in the blanks.
I know from a 68 RS and the 68 AIM that the horns were moved to the center. (As was true for the optional Low Note horn.)  Was that true on all RS models 67 & 69?
"Normally" the horns on a 69 were on straight  brackets off each side of the hood latch brace...?
On 68 they were on the driver's side... How about 67?
Were there any other exceptions concerning horn placement from the factory?
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« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2006, 04:27:47 PM »

My 67 AIM shows both RS horns on the driver side of the hood latch brace, as you describe for 68. It does not show the optional third horn (RPO U03)being relocated for RS. Looks like it is behind the LH headlight, mounted on the inner fender.  RPO spreadsheet looks like third horn not available in 69.
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