Want to stand out? Want to command attention? Want to scare the pants off of people?
Do what my neighbor did.
Install a train horn in your car.
Usually I hear a train horn in context. You know, with a train. It's no surprise. First there's the flashing lights and ding-ding-ding bells at the intersection. A low, distant row grows louder and the horn blasts, followed seconds later by the mighty machine itself.
It's different when I'm in my front yard, checking the mail and-
Part of me thinks it's rude and tacky to drive around with a train horn.
The other part of me wants one.