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  1. SEE FRANKLIN PARTS FOR SALE IN FRANKLIN SECTION OF THIS SITE mwest729@aol.com
  2. 1929 - Complete engine,jugs,fuel pump,generators,starters,air dome ,engine tin,oiler,transmission,axles,owners manual , bumper bars and center clamps,hand crank more........... 1930-engines,jugs,heads,transmission,axles,lighters,spare tire hardware,lights,bumpers ,doors,snap rings,chrome goodies,wheel studs,hubcaps,engine slash pans,trunk rack,original gas cap-(RARE ITEM),door handles,tall distributors,shocks,manifolds,hood,crank hole covers,smoke vanities,dome lights,coils ,springs,owners manuals,hand crank,running board brackets,drive shafts bell housings -3 speeds and Detroit 4 speeds,front
  3. .Excellant rust free frame from Texas.It has had 30 years inside storage and is very straight and rust free. I used it for buck to restore my phaeton body on. It is no longer needed .It has the kick shackle on left front. Asking $1000.00 Mike 585 738 1541 mwest729@aol.com
  4. SOLD>>>>>>>> Going on a 12 cly........... Thank you Mike
  5. I have a EXCELLANT CONDITION original Potter trunk for a 1931 or 1932 1933 Auburn car Its made by POTTER. Complete and clean. $1000.00 plus shipping to you. Its the right one pictured in the Auburn accessory catologe Email m e for pictures mwest729@aol.com Thank you Mike
  6. Ill take the book Please send me address for payment or paypal info Mike
  7. Jack I would like to buy the wheels Please email Mike mwest729@aol.com Thank you
  8. Where are you located and i I would like to see a pic of fenders Im working on a early project Thank you Mike
  9. Here is a early Reo rear axle It measures 55 inches from the outside of brake drum to outside brake drum. Mike 585 738 1541
  10. Maybe someone can know what this frame is by the oval tag on rear frame rail. Thank you Mike
  11. Dave must be our wifes are sisters!!!!Ive learned to tow with a ROPE and not a heavy one . When it all looks like your gonna beach it ,you can run over the rope and break it ! To set yourself free. Mike
  12. What is then price on all of it and where is it located? Mike
  13. PACKARDS WERE NOT BUILT FOR SPEED!!! Ive had several and they were all geared to pull a 3 bottom plow on the farm. They ones I had rode nice ,but were strictly 55 mph cars. If you want a fast classic at a good price BUY FRANKLIN!1930-34
  14. Layden is this a recent ad? Mike West Do you still have axle?
  15. I have ascout for parts Email your needs mwest729@AOL.COM
  16. Wanted a period transaxle for a 1909 JACKSON I am rebuilding. Any info email to mwest729@aol.com Thank You
  17. Its a good looking car... Too bad you werent a trading man. Mike
  18. Thank you ILL PASS THIS ALONG! Mike And Yes Steve I got quite a bunch of goodies <This was about 5 years ago but I thought you would enjoy the pics. I think us Franklin owners should start posting some pics here of our cars we own and have dragged out of garages! It might create some interest in the site. Mike
  19. Another shot of this old bird being freed from the barn in Ct.
  20. A new member of our local club asked me to help find him a unrestored Franklin from 1930 and up. He wants a car to work on so a restored car is not a option. Contact Mike with any you may have for sale. Thank you 585 738 1541 mwest729@aol.com
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