Ford/mercury Flat Head 8ba/8cm By Pass Oil Filter Canister on 2040-parts.com
Walled Lake, Michigan, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Ford/Mercury Flat Head 8BA/8CM by pass oil filter
Original oil filter for
49-53 ford or Mercury V8 flathead, this one came off Mercury because the
original label says so. Has the original restrictor tee on the input, set up
for the oil pressure sending unit.
May work for other
Looks to be in excellent
usable condition, please see photos.
The item pictured is a new
photo and is the one that will be shipped.
free to contact me, Jerry 248-515-6366 with any questions.
for your interest and good luck bidding.
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