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Old 06-23-2022, 09:06 PM
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1) What is wrong with the period correct embossed bottom filter ??? Different
design, different color ink ???

2) How difficult / expensive to find a embossed bottom filter and THEN have it converted
to Black Stencil...........

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The red, white and blue filters are generally regarded as service units, amongst a segment of the Corvette crowd.
For sure, the embossed PF25 units came along a few months into the 69 model year. Prior to that, the PF29 was the assembly line unit.
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1) What is wrong with the period correct embossed bottom filter ??? Different
design, different color ink ???

2) How difficult / expensive to find a embossed bottom filter and THEN have it converted
to Black Stencil...........

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2. Chuck, "donor" colored service replacement PF-25s with the embossed bottom sell for $250 - $350 (yes, there are often ones on eBay for far more). Converting one to the assembly line (black & white stencil) version is a DIY.
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