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Vintage Stilko Toilet Paper Oil Filter Finned Aluminum Hotrod Ratrod Gasser on


Imperial Beach, California, United States

Imperial Beach, California, United States

Vintage Stilko Toilet Paper Oil Filter Finned Aluminum HotRod

 Ratrod Gasser 

This Stilko Filter is dent free. It has the usual dings present in handling.   There are very minor teeth marks on some of the fins.  Tool Hash marks grouped together on the top of the filter are the major damage as indicated in the photos.  There is damage to the vertical filter tool removal fin as indicated. The horizontal fins damaged which are located adjacent to the vertical fin appears to be from the initial items mold.   The filter has not been cleaned externally.  The body of the Stilko filter is aluminum which can sustain a very high polish.  There are a few internal components to these filters, of which two are missing.  The Regulator spring and spacer are missing.  The toilet paper roll was already in place.  The original toilet paper is vintage also.  This filter is in its "As Found" condition. Sitting on the shelf dust/debri.  This Filter is missing the top O-ring.  This size rubber O-ring is easily acquired.    This filter does not come with the filter removal wrench.  This filter was found in San Diego.  This is a rare find! The "Short" filter is less common.   This is the " Short"  filter.   Please note the "Patent Pending" indicator.  This is the early version of this filter type.  It has a 3/4"  thread diameter in the center for the spin on.  3/4" filter thread has many applications.  Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, European cars etc       Please look for my other Stilko filters on Ebay.  

Merdad vision of the Range Rover Evoque – the Evoque Mer-Nazz

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BMW X6 show debut

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