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this is slightly thicher than would have been used originally (10/40) but does make compensate for normal engine wear after 38 years.

the oil filter is common to a lot of fiat engines and is still usually available on the shelf in most motor factors. (halfords etc). the part number for the filter is different for different manufacturers but all factors will find the number easily.
the filter is also readily available on ebay, but with postage charges, can actually work out more expensive.

pick your nearest motor factor and ask them for the filter/ they will probably have it on the shelf for under £5

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