Check out some other museums that feature Franklin automobiles.

Tuscon Museum

The Franklin Auto Museumâ„¢, maintained by the Thomas H. Hubbard/H.H. Franklin Foundation, is located in Tucson Arizona. Click here to visit the Museum web site.

Norwich Museum

The Northeast Classic Car Museum in Norwich, NY has over 160 classic and vintage vehicles on display. Exhibits include the Fabulous Franklins, Cars Made in New York State, the Post-War collection and more Click here to visit the Museum web site.

1904 Road Trip

FAC Drive Watch a video photo display of the 1904 trip from San Francisco to New York in an air-cooled Franklin car.

Mark's Car

Mission Statement

The H.H. Franklin Club, Inc. as a 501(c)3 non profit Club provide to the public and Club Members this web site for the purpose of preserving, sharing and educating all interested parties on the history of the Franklin Automobile Company, it's subsidiaries, and the Franklin Automobile.

The site is promoted and maintained as a repository for technical data, historical data, service data, question and answers, photographs and video clips of cars in the past and present with current owners as well as past, automobiles and parts for sale, upcoming and past events, related site links, membership news, with a limited emphasis on social media interaction for members of the H.H. Franklin Club.

The H. H. Franklin Club

The H. H. Franklin Manufacturing Company

History of the Franklin Automobile

Watch Franklin Club Historian Sinclar Powell present the history of the H.H. Franklin Manufacturing Company. Click Here


On-Line Articles about Franklins

Franklin Store

Franklin Automobile Dealers

This Franklin Dealership from the early 1920's is still standing in Downtown Denver. Click here to read about this building and its history.

V12 Franklin

Franklin's V-12

Read a web article about the Franklin V-12 from 'The Old Motor' on-line magazine . Click here.


Lindberg and Franklins

Read a couple of articles about Lindberg and his connections with Franklins. Click here for an article from Vintage Wings.

Click here for an article from Hagerty.