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Franklin Aircraft Engine 4AC-150, 50 HP

pbk

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Franklin Aircraft Engine 4AC-150, 50 HP, Engine # 1679, single Eisemann Magneto and Stromberg Carburetor, dismantled, very good condition, been in storage for at least 40 years, no logs, from my father's estate. Also have a motor mount that I believe is for a J3 Cub. email Pat [email protected]
 

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Pat, Welcome to the site! How much are you asking for the franklin?

Will
 

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Will, Thanks for the welcome.

These aircraft items are from my father's estate, so I honestly don't have a good idea of what they are worth. I'm hoping that between me and interested buyers we can figure out how to price them fairly and find a good home for them.

Pat

 

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From an earlier post

Franklin Aircraft Engine 4AC-150, 50 HP, Engine # 1679, single Eisemann Magneto and Stromberg Carburetor, dismantled, very good condition, been in storage for at least 40 years, no logs, from my father's estate. Also have a motor mount that I believe is for a J3 Cub. email Pat [email protected]
 

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Pat,

I've been through this with my dad's stuff. Good luck. The people here are very willing to help. If you have any questions, feel free to pm me.

Erik.
 

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