Actually there is only one and the horn ended up in the middle but that is beside the point, I like the title. Before I paint this contraption I needed a place to mount my horn and I'm gonna show you what I came up with. So I am building a fenderless 34 ford ragtop, no hood (at least for now) original headlights, one fog light on the right, not a lot of real estate for a horn but needs one. Grille is mounted to a big Brassworks radiator and I purchased a chin pan from a company who will remain nameless because it didn't fit for crap and I don't whine, I weld. I totally get though why people leave this item off their cars. If I had paid a shop for this alteration it would have been thousands. But this is a blown flathead and the chin pan helps with air flow. I started butchering the pan by cutting the mounting sides off of it and slitting them open to allow them to be contoured to the bottom of the grille. Once that was completed I bolted it in place using the original mount in the center and nut zerted the lower and upper locations on each side for ease of removal and installation. It no longer underlaps (sp?) the inner fender to make it easier to remove after painted. Once that was complete I held what was left of the pan to the back of the grill and traced the shape needed, and cut it some more. The tack welding had to be done on the car (lots of masking tape) to assure the proper fit, then removed, welded, ground and blasted. This is the front and all welds show top and bottom for extra fun and grinding. You can see I purchased the pan that had the raise for the crank but no hole. Then I got creative and cut a hole in the front just this shy of too much and pounded down a nice flat mounting flange and cut into that four slots. I bought a good quality pancake horn off the interwebs and formed a bracket which I welded to the back holding the horn in optimal honking position. Added the horn which has just enough clearance to be easily removed for service or replacement Bolted the assembly back on the grille You can see how nice it mated up now. The 12 point in the middle will be replaced by a button head but it was all I had in the bin of despair. (and yes I have cable TV in the garage...I'm a cowboy fan, the wife is an Eagles fan, thus the garage TV). Ready for the fun part? 36 horn cover and gasket behind the 34 grille. Looks like it grew there. Wont see this one at your local cruise in or car show. I also had to "massage" the inner fenders to mate to the grille in a manner I was pleased with which took some doing as evidenced by the pie cuts at the bottom. I also gave them a bit more flare by cutting an imitation 34 front fender radius in the front rather than being square cut. Filled a lot of holes and generally remade them to fit my car. Car will be black, so will that panel and inner fenders, the cover and grille will stay shiny. Honk 'em if you got 'em and give me some feedback. Bandit Billy, 10-10 on the side.