1919 Holmes Series A news, pictures, and information
For seven years Arthur Holmes was chief engineer of the H.H. Franklin Automobile Company, which built the most popular American air-cooled car, albeit a bit smaller than the Holmes. The Holmes rode on a 126-inch wheelbase chassis and was powered by a six-cylinder, 31.5 horsepower motor.
The company never realized its annual production goal of 4,000 automobiles. Its highest production total was 973 in 1921. By May 1923 the company had closed its doors.
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