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Auto ID #119 FINISHED!

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Remember... don't post any hints or answers here! PM me with year, make, and model.

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The answer: 1923 Franklin Model 10B 5-passenger sedan

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Wish I had time to look for this, it intrigues me but I'm up at 5 tomorrow to go to work away for the week and I have stuff to get done! Good one!

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BLAH_BLAH_BLAH_BLAH, these modern cars are all alike! :unsure:

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Don't let the whitewalls fool you... they're from the JCWhitney catalog! :lol:

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I think I know this one. Maybe.

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This week's car is a 1923 Franklin Model 10B.

Who got it right:

Badluck 13

MikeMc

Modelmartin

Johnag4004

Lovefordgalaxie

customsrus

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"these modern cars all look alike"

bwuhahahaha!

Franklin built an amazing car for the time.... well; ALL of the cars from that era had something distinctive. great choice Harry!

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I could find this one but I tried..

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This little car had a very distinctive feature. It was air cooled. I have some pictures of different years of Franklins on books, and according to the info on them, the cars had no cooling issues.

What I like more about the car in the picture is that it looks to be unrestored. That's golden to me.

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