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Marshall Larson

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  1. Mine could be a safer version. Thanks for your response.
  2. Yes. What Franklin31 said. I knew no different at that time.
  3. I have original invoice from White Post showing $160 plus $20 for shipping.
  4. It is not the vacuum tank as that is mounted outboard of this device directly above the terminal strip. There is a rod that passes through the firewall. I suppose it could be used to pump fuel directly into the intake manifold.
  5. I have two unused brass sleeved wheel cylinders for a 1928 12B and others for sale. Sleeving was done by White Post Restorations. $170 including shipping.
  6. I have seen a picture of one of these on a driveable Franklin. I recently acquired just the cowl from a 1928 Franklin and now I have an actual unit. I still don't know what it is. Get in on the fun and add your guesses to mine. PS; The picture needs to be rotated 90% to the left to show it's actual position. One end of it is mounted to the vertical surface of the cowl above the terminal strip on the drivers side.
  7. I have seen a picture of one of these on a driveable Franklin. I recently acquired just the cowl from a 1928 Franklin and now I have an actual unit. I still don't know what it is. Get in on the fun and add your guesses to mine. PS; The picture needs to be rotated 90% to the left to show it's actual position. One end of it is mounted to the vertical surface of the cowl above the terminal strip om the drivers side.
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