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WTB/ Trade 460 oil pan

I have a rear sump oil pan and pick and I need a front sump pan and pick up

Thanks, Pat
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I have a rear sump oil pan and pick and I need a front sump pan and pick up

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Pat, what pan do you have?
I have 3 front sump pans; one has no baffle, one has a CJ baffle and one has the SCJ baffle. All 3 are FoMoCo pans.
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Hey Rob, This pan and pickup came on this 514 Ford Racing crate motor I bought new in 92, It was taken off and I was using a Moroso box pan. The motor has been sitting around for 10 years and I just bought a 66 Fairlane and I was told I must use a front sump pan to stuff the crate motor in the Fairlane.

Do you have the pick ups that match the pans you have?

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if you shoot me a pic I may be willing to but the rear sump pan outright. I do not have a front sump though,

Not trying to step on anyones toes, so if you were looking to trade go right ahead.
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When I get home I'll take more pictures with it off but you can get the idea here,

http://www.supermotors.net/registry/media/87648
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Hey Rob, This pan and pickup came on this 514 Ford Racing crate motor I bought new in 92, It was taken off and I was using a Moroso box pan. The motor has been sitting around for 10 years and I just bought a 66 Fairlane and I was told I must use a front sump pan to stuff the crate motor in the Fairlane.

Do you have the pick ups that match the pans you have?

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Pat, maybe but I'm not going to say that I definately do.
Does that pan have any kind of baffleing in it? I'm not familiar with the 514" crate motor stuff.
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I don't think it does but when I get home I'll take a picture

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if you need one lmk i have one that i would trade if interested... its front sump.. that is if the other deal(s) are a no go.
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Actually, the shape of the rear of the pan and the lack of baffleing wouldn't work for my situation.
I appreciate your time and efforts Pat.

HAVE AT 'ER GUYS!

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Pat,
I have a Canton front sump that I don't need. There are two weld repairs from a previous rod problem . It has a Milodon pickup for a CJ pump. $60 + shipping I'm in So Cal. PM if interested. Not good at pics.

Current cars, '66 GT350 ex Hertz rental , 68.5 428CJ Mustang FB , '67 Ranchero 408W powered , and '78 F350 Race car hauler ( Oleynik box truck) 523 ci regular pump gas powered.
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I have a stock CJ pan with baffle....also oil pump and pick up for this pan....pan has fresh gloss black powdercoat

I was going BBF in my Fairlane, but not now

would like to get 125.00 for everything
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