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I wish more people would attach there Franklin photo's if they have any and story's.

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I wish more people would attach there Franklin photo's if they have any and story's. </div></div>

Great photo. What's the story?

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Franklins are for driving and having fun. </div></div>

Part of the fun is having the history of whatever you are driving! I am sure you agree...

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I usually put at least 1,000 miles a year on this Franklin. I'm also working on another, and have two more in the garage that belong to my father.

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Is your 1932 sedan the one Eddie Cobb owned in Ohio & sold about 6 years ago?

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Yes, it is. I bought the car from Eddie, and drove it home to NY by way of Washington DC. It was about 900 miles and the car ran perfect. I wrote an article about it in Air Cooled News.

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Here are some pics of my 1922 model 10a barn find just got it this year need some parts for it if you can help please get a hold of me any help would be great thank you for your time post-101830-143142864654_thumb.jpg

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Thank you it was a happy day for me and my boy when we brought it out. Then when we fired it up that was the next big day my uncle helped us get it running and when it fired oh happy days can't wait to drive it but I need tires tubes and liners working on that.

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Nice Series 10! Our 1922 Series 9 is coming along slowly - it finally drove around the block in late October.

2011:

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and 2014:

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Nice job it lookes like you took it a long way since you got it looking good keep up the good work if you don't mind me asking we did you get yours from if you like you can email me at extreamrnt1@yahoo.com thank you for your time good luck with making it look great.

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post-90202-143142927056_thumb.jpgFound this 1927 11b in Holland and brought it back to the UK in 2013, tidied the body up and resprayed. The chassis and engine numbers were unknown to the club. Runs like a dream. It was hiding in a private museum.

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Here is my '29 137 pretty much as it sits today. I need to get it out this summer...I hope.

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