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I know its an oil filter. Its in my 63 330. Not sure if anyone know what kind of filter cartridge it would use and where to get.

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You tell us. Open it up. Might be a filter, screen, or nothing. I never saw one like that. No info on the outside?
 

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Looks like it is custom. Welded bracket and possibly upside down. Pop it open and see what, if anything, comes out.
 

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Hello,
I currently have three 1963 dodge B bodies
1. Polara
2. Model 330
3. Model 440
None of mine have that, so someone modified it

That is a typical "Canister style oil filter" used in the mid to late 50s on some GMs such as Oldsmobile.
Seems someone modified the set-up for ease of access.
Seeing that the plumbing is there, retro-fit a remote system with our filters of today.
 

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Is there a brand on it?
JC Whittney used to sell the toilet paper oil filters?
 

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I have a pic of them but currently can not "upload" pics....


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Frustrating sometimes...
 

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They were on Oldsmobile J2 engines in the mid 50s......
Im certain other brand cars at the time
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No shit the setup looks like it has a roll of TP..
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I wonder if they're any good. Certainly wouldn't use one.
 

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If everything fits correctly inside - correct crush, screen on the outlet, cardboard tube, etc; I'd bet it would be ok for a low performance use with frequent changes. But like any filter, cutting it open after use would tell the tale.

Oh, it's a bypass filter. So you regular filter would stay as well.
 
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