National Geographic : 1923 Oct
*~ ~ ~ * ,iir r*^ 5J «~~~~~~~~ ~ z? t^ ** 1 \&: i: s''* . - ' ' * ^y .~ . ' * *' ' : .**** t'y . * ^ i* ., . ** , . '. ' ***-;*'"*' - ' F HAN cClosed Franklin sells more closed cars in proportion to total output than any other maker in the world. The per centage is more than double the average of the industry -Franklin, 75%; the industry, 35%. Franklin closed cars handle easier, ride better, and cover more ground in a day than other closed cars. This difference in road ability is clearly marked by the over whelming margin of popularity. Perfect cooling under all conditions with the new Franklin air-pressure system. Powerful New Six Motor Beautiful Body Designs *** ; la~l ''. ;* i ^ w ^^ ^t' i : tO* '^ '' y . _;Vl: *:,'' : ^, ^la ^ l J l^5;* ' ' **""'* : The Sedan A new four-door type, seating five passengers. A great car for touring, and for anyone in the family to drive. The Coupe An intimate personal car that seats four when re quired. Folding auxiliary seat, rear hamper, recep tacle back of driver. The Brougham A smart, compact car for five. Wide doors, Pullman front seats,luggage trunk. Finished in Royal Blue. The Demi-Sedan Closed car comfort plus open ear endurance and performance. Permanent top, leather upholstery, re movable sliding windows.