Paul Revere's famous
ride April 18th, 1775, warned Americans of impending attack.
CHRYSLER AIR RAID
Today, Chrysler Air
Raid Sirens are standing ready to warn American cities and towns in case
These sirens produce
the loudest warning sound ever achieved by modern production. They
are independently powered by the revolutionary new 180 horsepower
Chrysler V-8 Industrial Engine. This great engine is the only
power needed to motivate the Siren. When operating at full speed
the Chrysler Siren has a range of four miles.
Chrysler Air Raid
Sirens can be remote-controlled from a hidden central control station,
or may be manually operated at the location site. Chrysler Sirens offer
greatest coverage with the least number of sirens. More sound
carries over a wider area.
information, specifications and availability of this most modern warning
device, write Siren Layout Service, Marine and Industrial
Division, Chrysler Corp., Trenton, Michigan.