64-67 Chevrolet Oil Filter Canister With Bypass V-8 Filter Housing 327 396 283 on 2040-parts.com
Shelby, North Carolina, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:XXXXXXXX
This auction is for a used oil filter canister and bypass for all 64-67 small block and big block Chevy engines. GM parts book list this canister to have the same part number for all 64-67 V-8 Chevrolet engines (big block and small block). It would use the 12-141 AC oil filter (not included). This canister has been cleaned and painted. It has a few minor pits, but the inside is very clean and pit free. This housing will work on other models, but my GM parts book only goes back to 1964. If you have any questions contact me.
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