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'4' Dynalife Cn966 Oil Filters-(fits Various 4cyl-mg-opel-austin-pinto-capri Etc on 2040-parts.com

US $9.90
Location:

Rolla, Missouri, United States

Rolla, Missouri, United States
original-been in storage
Warranty:No

'4' NOS Dynalife oil filters CN966.

Came out of back room of closed service station.

Fits various small 4cyl engines: 1964 to 1975

Austin--Opel--MG--Ford Pinto--Mercury Capri

Compare to: Fram PH-966--AC-SD--Puro Per-28

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