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Aero Supply Aircraft Gasoline Filter Early Dragster Hemi, Buick, Olds, Chevy on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, United States

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Very nice condition for it's age.
Brand:Aero Supply Mfg. Surface Finish:As cast Manufacturer Part Number:63702 Warranty:No

Here is a very nice early aircraft fuel filter probably from the 40's . I have seen these used

on dragsters of the 50's and Bonneville cars as well.  I don't see many around anymore, but would be a period correct part

for a 50's restoration of a dragster, or an early Bonneville car. 

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