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1939 Six 110 Oil Filter Canister
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This oil filter canister was from my original Packard, a 1939 Six Touring Sedan and the family color was my doing but I was a teenager so what did I know? I am not sure if this is factory or after market but it includes the bracket that fits the holes in the Packard head. The lines are not included but if they were steel, I probably have them somewhere but they have not yet been identified.

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