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7 ea. At a old parts store in small town. I had to take a short cut today do to accident So I saw the Ac Delco sign! So I just pulled in. He had 7 on hand.

Here's the funny part. And I quote, " Hey Bud, give me ya number and I will get ya some more" I said "if you can please call". Him: " O' yea, been a while, these old filters no body wants, I will give ya case price, seeing how I don't have a case, That work for ya?" I answer: WITH A BIG SMILE!

"Man I thank ya, please contact me if ya find any PF35, and by the way check on some PF25's." No problem!

He is about to get a real education on obsolescence!

All you resto guys just drool!

 

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if you don't mind me asking....how much could one of these baby's fetch on ebay?
 

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Why would the resto guys drool over truck filters? 35's are trucks, 25's are car.
 

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if you don't mind me asking....how much could one of these baby's fetch on ebay?
not my intention.

I would trade 1 for two WIX!! :yes:


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Trade ya

Hey BA,
Trade ya those carb parts for one, it would look cool displayed on a shelf in the shop.
 

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those filters are no big deal. because i actually got one the other week. (the chevy dealer sent me the wrong one.) they said they were out of stock and had to order the filter in. well they delivered it and it was the old style filter. so you can get them and its not all the rare....
 

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the rare filters are the old style white box and the filter is blue..
 

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seen a bulletin a months ago.gm is reproducing these now.cant find the numbers at the moment but they due come in the pf35 and pf25.aimed at the
resto guys.
 

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I guess I must be missing something here. Unless I was a resto-geek, why would I care what the hell my filter looks like?
 

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PF25/PF35 Classic Oil Filter Featuring the “AC” Logo
ACDelco is pleased to announce the reintroduction of two Classic "AC" filters (PF25 and PF35). These
filters are aimed at the classic car owners of the 60's and 70's who want the original design for their
restoration. These original designs are white in color with the classic
"AC" bull’s eye. They include today's Duraguard media, improving on the
original.
• Features traditional white can with the red "AC" bull’s eye
• Manufactured to original size and shape and includes Duraguard
media
• Covers 900,000 registered GM vehicles
• Fits popular Corvette, Camaro, Belair. Monte Carlo, Nova,
Chevelle, Firebird and Cutlass Models from the 60's and 70's
 

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you notice the filters al bought have the new box. the ones that are worth more money are in the old style box.. if you can find some fool willing to pay 20 bucks or more for these keep selling them til they catch on...

unless you are buying for decoration in your shop or something i really dont see the fascination with them... i will stick with my wix or napa gold...
 
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