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Help the H.H.Franklin Club registrar keep the Club inventory of Franklins up to date and complete. If you buy or sell a Franklin advertised on the Club website, send a short note to the Franklin Club webmaster. If you buy or sell a Franklin in some other fashion, or are aware of a Franklin that is not in the Club Register, please drop a note to the webmaster.


Other Websites Selling Franklin Cars or Parts


How To Submit An Advertisement

Franklin Club members may place an ad for a $5 donation, non-club members for a $15 donation. Ads will be listed for a total of 6 months.
Click here to make a donation using PayPal.

Ads are automatically removed after 6 months—email the webmaster for information or to relist an ad.


Sellers: Be Aware of Scams

Several members lising cars for sale have encountered disreputable buyers. We hope your selling experience is positive, but be careful. The National Consumers League Website has the following cautions:

>NEVER wire money or use a bank-to-bank transfer in a transaction.

>Avoid payment via international funds transfer, pre-loaded card or electronic currency.

>DO NOT sell a car to someone who is unable or unwilling to meet you face to face.

>WAIT until a check (personal, cashier’s, certified, or otherwise) has cleared the bank to transfer title or the car itself. Funds being made available by a bank DOES NOT mean the check is not counterfeit. Clearing a check can take days or weeks depending on the financial institutions involved. Check with your bank about their particular processes for clearing checks.

>NEVER trust a buyer who says that the transaction is GUARANTEED by eBay, Craigslist, PayPal, or other online marketplace. These sites explicitly DO NOT guarantee that people using their services are legitimate.

>BEWARE of buyers who want to conclude a transaction as quickly as possible.

>CALL the buyer to establish phone contact. If the buyer seems to neglect details agreed to via e-mail or is unable to answer questions about their location, it is likely to be a scam.

>ALWAYS trust your gut. If a deal feels “fishy” or sounds too good to be true, it probably is.


Other Scams include:

>A buyer will tell you that someone else owes him or her money that is more than the cost of your car. He or she will ask for the car and promise payment from the other individual.

>Buyer promises additional funds to pay for the cost to ship.

> Buyer sends payment that is over the asking price.

>Buyer makes a promise to make monthly payments

>The buyer will use an unknown escrow service to complete the transaction.



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The H. H. Franklin Club publishes the information listed below solely as a convenience to its members. No endorsement is made by the Club or Region, no claim or warranty is made as to the accuracy of any of this information. No responsibility is assumed for any transactions resulting from this information.


Franklin Cars Wanted

August 2, 2018

Help a new member of the Franklin Club who is looking for a Franklin Coupe. Airman or Olympic 1931-1932-1933. Contact Ed Garfield at 201-723-3069 or email: 4garfield@optionline.net.



Franklins For Sale

The H.H. Franklin Club provides 'For Sale' listings as a service to its members and others. There is no warranty expressed or implied by the club.


September 18, 2018

For Sale: 1927 Franklin Series 11-B

I have owned this car since August 1976, it was advertised on the bulletin board at the Trek that year. Despite its deplorable condition I bought it. By standards of the time it wasn't even a good parts car. I had it running by October and pecked away at other defects until it is in its present state of a good running licensed and New York state inspected auto.

The car is now considered a survivor class car:

Remanufactured engine 2004, total disassembly, mains hand scraped to proper fit, cylinders overbored and sleeved finish bored to standard pistons, machined to accept modern rings, new valve guides, all new valves, connecting rods redone by the Babbitt Pot. Smith Weeks full pressure Oil pump with spin on oil filter. New Zenith carburetor. New clutch, brake band, new tires, tubes, and flaps

The car will run 45 to 50 mph all day on the flat is a good hill climber and is reliable. Mostly original with lot of pitina.

It a hard decision to have decided to part with it. I want the new caretaker to keep old yeller on the road so people can see and revel at this historic mechanical marvel tooling along with the total Franklin sound. $11500. Reasonable offers will be entertained. Inspection by appointment.

Allen VanSanford II, Parish, NY Email: avansanford2@twcny.rr.com

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September 12, 2018

For Sale: 1931 Franklin 153 Sedan

Selling a 1931 Franklin 153 sedan for parts or restoration. It is mostly complete but was disassembled for restoration many years ago. I have the engine and all body related parts. Originally painted grey body with black fenders.
Asking $4,000.

Contact Dan (301) 660-8190 or email dfrussell@hotmail.com

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The Estate of Russell Laidlaw, a member of the Franklin club, will have its collection auctioned on October 20th. Click here to see the auction information from Cottone Auctions.


July 12, 2018

FOR SALE: 1929 Franklin 4 door, 5 passenger sedan

1929 Franklin 5 passenger sedan for sale for $6,000 firm.

Selling due to the death of the owner. The car has been driven in the last 10 years. It is rough looking but fairly solid.

Mileage 55,661.

Located in Maple Plain, MN.

Call Trever at 763-244-5669 (9-5 during the week)
or email Wendy at wsmarple@gmail.com


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June 19, 2018

1923 Franklin 10A All Weather Touring.
Frame off restoration
Formerly owned by Jack Marcheski of Hollister, California
Asking Price is $25,000
Contact Bill at (831) 801-9553


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May 18, 2018

For Sale: 1927 11B Touring.

This 1927 11B Touring, featured in AIR COOLED NEWS (Spring 2012) is available. I will consider any reasonable offer! Many extras of many kinds come with the car.

Sam Gorovitz 315-546-5578, or email to Vitz1@aol.com


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September 25, 2017

1923 Series 10B Touring, serial #144005, engine #92175.
Brewster Green with Black fenders and black leather interior.
AACA second place winner.
$27,000.

Contact Ed Wager
phone (804) 883-7806
e-mail: cewager@aol.com

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September 18, 2017

1929 Franklin 137 Seven Passenger Sedan

  • Ground-up restoration in 1984
  • Always garaged

Engine:

  • Rebuilt, with less than 300 miles
  • Cylinders bored and rebuilt by Chap--? Dutch? Dutch Kern? (need to see old mags)
  • New pistons, rings, and valves
  • New main bearings, align bored
  • Hot air heater

Body:

  • Ryan headlights and fender lights
  • Dual side mount tires
  • 6 new, Firestone 6.50x19 whitewall tires and tubes
  • Wire wheels
  • Trunk rack
  • New old-stock trunk
  • Midnight blue lacquer paint, two tone
  • Fenders jet black enamel paint
  • Glass - all new safety glass
  • Chrome parts - all re-chromed

Interior:

  • Jump seats
  • Midnight blue mohair upholstery, headliner, and carpet
  • Wood grain detail on dash and window trim
  • Dash clock
  • Rope assists
  • Blanket rail

Mechanical:

  • 3-speed transmission
  • New clutch plate

Extra parts (large pickup load):

  • Transmission
  • Aluminum block
  • Radiator shell (re-chromed)
  • Extra jugs and many miscellaneous engine and body parts

We need room in our garage to restore another antique car.
The car is located in Pleasant Grove, Utah.
Price: $25,000 or best offer

Contact: Fred Reid
Email: derFrosch@q.com

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January 17, 2017

For Sale: 1929 Franklin 2 door Sedan

1929 Franklin 2 door sedan. Completely restored.
Burgundy over Black with Imron paint, $ 25,600.00.
Contact Dave Bunch, ph# 715-273-5099. Email: twinvaly@redwing.net



April 10, 2016

For Sale: 1907 FRANKLIN Model ‘D’ 5-passenger Touring Car.

This car is one of only 3 known to exist and the only one running with it’s original authentic running gear. The car came out of long time storage from a private collection some years ago. It has never been to a Trek so the new owner can be the first to have that honor as well.

The car retains it’s original body and upholstery with the exception of the seat bottom cushions and carpeting. It is equipped with a complete authentic set of Solar lamps, including the rare Solar ‘Projector’ type headlamps, Solar carbide generator, horn, speedometer and many of the original tools. It appears to have never has a top installed, but we have fabricated a correct set of top bows and latching irons, and all that would be required to complete the top would be the sockets. The running boards have been rebuilt and covered with the correct white diamond rubber and brass trim. New wiring has been installed.

Since being taken out of storage the car has been serviced and participated in a Glidden Tour and the AACA 75th Anniversary Tour, completing both. It has also received 2nd and 3rd place awards at AACA National Meets. This large 4-cylinder Franklin is a strikingly beautiful brass-era car and is a delight to tour with. It is eligible for the Glidden and Reliability AACA tours, HCCA tours and one of the few 4-cylinder cars eligible for the New London to New Brighton tour. There is a collection of nice original literature that could be included as well. Asking $97,500 and would consider a trade for an early 4-cylinder Dodge Brothers and cash. PH (717) 645-0334 for more information. All calls returned. Located in So. Central PA. Additional photos available upon request.

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