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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 8:55 pm 
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Markleysburg, Pennsylvania. Didn't expect to find something like this!

https://goo.gl/maps/g16zmGRLabE3uL2r8
This one's interesting. Looks waaay too small to be one of the aforementioned sirens. My guess is it's something homemade. Looks like it uses a motor on the bottom which drives the choppers on top.

I'm not sure if I agree with it being homemade, the quality of workmanship in this thing looks too good to be a homebrew job unless someone knew what they were doing. Regardless though, it still is a very interesting unit whatever its deal is.

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Synther wrote: *
archizackture wrote: *
Markleysburg, Pennsylvania. Didn't expect to find something like this!

https://goo.gl/maps/g16zmGRLabE3uL2r8
This one's interesting. Looks waaay too small to be one of the aforementioned sirens. My guess is it's something homemade. Looks like it uses a motor on the bottom which drives the choppers on top.

I'm not sure if I agree with it being homemade, the quality of workmanship in this thing looks too good to be a homebrew job unless someone knew what they were doing. Regardless though, it still is a very interesting unit whatever its deal is.
I think it's a GP3 with intake horns.

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