I'm positive It doesn't have one. Before I realized it didn't have one, I thought I was starting to lose it, b/c: "I just CAN'T find it...what am I missing?!!!". I even went so far as to buy one of those snazzy,machined, billet spin-on oil filter adaptors from the gentleman who sells them on ebay, and had to return it. The plumbing isn't there...there's definitely a boss in the engine block where the canister should go, but that's the extent of it. Full Disclosure: This IS a Worthinton "G", but it's is the 8N powered Worthington(engine, radiator, hood). So that probably would go a long way explaining why no oil filter(I don't know if EVERY Ford 8N came with a filter), but I would hazard they probably did. Some 8N Worthingtons had engines with filters, some didn't. I guess it was luck of the draw once the engines shipped to the Jake/Worthington assembly lines.
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