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I know these used to be an option on old Case tractors. I have had this thing sitting around for a long time, but ever really looked into this particular one. Do any of you folks have an idea what it's from or value?
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Exhaust whistle, used on Model T's back in the day, probably tractors too.

No idea of value, but as mentioned, there will be a few guys at Buckley that will know everything about every whistle ever made and will likely buy it if it's for sale.
 

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I know these used to be an option on old Case tractors. I have had this thing sitting around for a long time, but ever really looked into this particular one. Do any of you folks have an idea what it's from or value?
Thanks.
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Still have that exhaust whistle...? I'm a new member and have been looking for that exact model for years! You're gonna laugh....it's actually for a musical instrument! See it on the left of those organ pipes? It's called a Bloboy and was invented to sound like a Steam Engine for a piece of music that I'm performing in November. Let me know!
 

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Still have that exhaust whistle...? I'm a new member and have been looking for that exact model for years! You're gonna laugh....it's actually for a musical instrument! See it on the left of those organ pipes? It's called a Bloboy and was invented to sound like a Steam Engine for a piece of music that I'm performing in November. Let me know!
It's still somewhere around here. I think the one I have is considerably larger than those in your picture. This one has a 3/4" pipe inlet. Check your messages.
 

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Still have that exhaust whistle...? I'm a new member and have been looking for that exact model for years! You're gonna laugh....it's actually for a musical instrument! See it on the left of those organ pipes? It's called a Bloboy and was invented to sound like a Steam Engine for a piece of music that I'm performing in November. Let me know!
It's been awhile since you made your post, but I have one of these if you are still in need of one.
 
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