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  1. Hello , We have Franklin from 1932 and now we are trying to renovate it. We can't identify some parts. When we discover what it is and find those few parts we need to buy them. Please help me. 1 problem is that we do not have this part : pictures 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 - we think that it may be air cleaner. Please, confirm... 2 problem is pictures: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 - what are these 2 outlets for ? what do we have to montage there? 3 problem is pictures: 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 - the same problem - something is missing. I'll be grateful for each piece of advice. Katarina
  2. Looking for passengers rear fender clock front bumper rear bumper 1 front bumper clip inside door grab handles any help would be great thank you from larry you can email me at extreament1@yahoo.com
  3. Hello, I need to make a Fuemer cover plate for a missing fuemer on my Stromberg U-3 carburetor. I just wanted to see if someone could offer suggestions. Thank you for any help you can provide! Regards, Bill
  4. It was recommended by someone that I post this in here, it's a for sale ad, but specific for the franklin. Click the link below to see the pictures. This car along with several others will be selling to the highest bidder on July 3rd beginning at 10 am. Bid online at www.cornleairon.com - you can also find complete details and more pictures on website. Register for the auction to get email reminders for this auction. Includes the parts for a 1917 Franklin 4 door convertible - Complete front end, engine, transmission, drive shaft, rear end, steering column, headlights, extra front end, extra engine parts, 5 aluminum doors and windshield frame. All parts have been stored inside. No title. See pictures and complete information here: https://cornleairon.hibid.com/lot/15635382/1917-franklin-4-door--convertible--complete-parts-
  5. This car along with several others will be selling to the highest bidder on July 3rd beginning at 10 am. Bid online at https://cornleairon.hibid.com/lot/15635382/1917-franklin-4-door--convertible--complete-parts-''>https://cornleairon.hibid.com/lot/15635382/1917-franklin-4-door--convertible--complete-parts-' rel="external nofollow"> https://cornleairon.hibid.com/lot/15635382/1917-franklin-4-door--convertible--complete-parts-
  6. Hello, i am attempting to replace the front wheel bearings on my 1930 Franklin and have run into a small problem. I have pull off the outer bearing assembly (cone & cup) and pull off the brake drum. The inner cup is attached to the inner part of the brake drum. That just leaves the inner cone bearings which I cannot pull off. What is holding this in place that prevents me from pulling it off? Thank you in advance for any help you can offer. Bill
  7. Only 38 left in 4 year production. Restored and finished in 1991, driven across states twice since. It drives 65 MPH on interstate roads nicely, no faults, just a great driver!!! Have more to restore, so this one goes!! Asking $105,000, that's less than restoration costs now. Hullco Layton Garage, Doug Hull, New Jersey, 201-230-3300. Best to call, emails are not checked on a regular basis!!
  8. Does someone know where I can purchase a spoke for my 1929 Franklin wire wheel? Thanks! Bill
  9. Hello, I need to put new front wheel bearings on my 1930 Franklin 145. Can someone tell me where I can buy these and what item number I need to ask for? Thank you for the help! Bill
  10. Good Evening, I own a 1930 Franklin 145 Club Sedan. I was told that the car was originally purchased in California. Is there any way to trace back and find out who the original owner was? Thanks! Bill
  11. Hello, Could someone please post a close-up photo of the proper crank-hole cover for a 1930 Franklin 145? Thank you for the help! Bill
  12. Hello, I recently acquired a 1930 Franklin 145. I am attempting to get one of the rear brake drums off to work on the brakes and cannot get the drum to budge. The brake pads do not appear to be holding it. I went to the auto supply store to rent a hub puller and it is much too small for the lug bolt pattern. Can anyone assist me with this? Thanks! Bill Jewell
  13. Hello, How can I find out how many 1930 Franklin 145 Club Sedans were originally produced? Also, how can I find out how many are still in existence? Thank you for your help! Bill
  14. I have a 1930 Franklin model 145 that has a Carter BB-1 carburetor on it. I have a couple of questions about the carb: How do I adjust it (which screws)? It has an opening on the underside of the carb that I am not sure should actually open. It will sometimes leak gas from this opening. I have posted a few photos of it. Should something actually be in this opening? Thanks! Bill Jewell
  15. I am in the process of installing new wheel brake cylinders on the rear wheels of my 1930 Franklin. I have the new cylinder installed, but what is the trick to getting the brake shoe spring reattached? Is there some special tool used for this? If so, can someone please send me a photo of it? Thanks! Bill
  16. First, I want to thank everyone for the continued help! I am working on a 1930 Franklin which has a leaking rear brake cylinder. The car was completely restored about 12 years ago. I have obtained a hub puller that is wide enough to fit the wheel lug pattern. I have it on the car and have cranked it down very hard but the hub just is not budging. I have tried hitting the brake drum with a hard rubber mallet but that has no affect. Any thoughts on how I can get this brake drum off? Thanks! Bill
  17. Hello I have a 1930 Franklin 145 that has a leaky wheel brake cylinder. How can I get a repair kit for this vehicle or purchase a replacement cylinder? I would appreciate any help provided! Thanks, Bill
  18. I'd like to buy an atwater-kent distributor, model RA, that fits a series11B Franklin. I am especially interested in obtaining a good distributor cap. Anyone have a lead?
  19. I have a Studebaker Model (Carb)-Stromberg Motor Device, updraft Carb that was found (being used) on a Model A ford intake manifold I purchased. After an on-line search, I believe this carb is used on 1923 Franklin Cars...but not sure. It is patented in 1916, 1918. Label states 'Also Models 0 & lS -Oct 25-21, Models O-OC-OF-OS and LS July 12-21, Models L-LB-M-MB-O-OC-OS & LS Jan 31-22. What is it...anyone know? What cars was it used on? What is its value? I will likely post in on Ebay. It is froze-up but looks rebuildable and complete. The main casting is bronze and has OE-1 2486665 on the bronze casting. Contact me on email marinecorpspitbull@yahoo.com if you have any info on what this carb is or need one. Thanks<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  20. My father-in-law's Franklin oil pressure gauge is leaking oil. I removed the gauge from the dash to inspect. It is a Hancock ON/OFF gauge that is soldered together. Does anyone have a thought on repair procedure or are there any replacements out there? The brass case was painted black. Thanks, Chris
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