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Fram Antique Or Vintage Oil Filter Pn# C-21 on 2040-parts.com

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Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States

Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States
Box shows wear and teat but filters new in box
Brand:Fram Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:C-21 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Fram antique or vintage oil filter canister type. New old stock part number is C-21. New but box shows wear and tear from long time in shop. Great part to keep older cars in great working condition. Cleaning out garage for more room. No reserve sells low starting bid. Good luck. 

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