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You probably want to keep this vehicle all original am I right? Problem is that filter is no longer made and even so, in 1956 gasoline wasn't as refined as it today and the original designed filter clogged often. However a replacement universal inline filter is available from just about any auto ...
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Oil filter

looking at the front... the synthetic oil filters appears to be on the right hand side near the back of the motor on the side

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