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  • Oil Pan - 351C - CHROME - Repro ~ 1970 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1970 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 20252
  • Oil Pan - 351C - CHROME - Repro ~ 1970 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1970 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 20252

Item #: 20252

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MSRP:$90.00
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Price: $74.85
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    Description

    A nice reproduction oil pan in Chrome finish for the 351C.

    Replaces Ford Part #: D0ZZ-6675.
    Specifications:
    Shipping Weight: 5.00 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)

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    Debacle, pan just didn't fit.

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    Pan didn't fit. Son damaged his oil pan, didn't want chrome but this is what we could find at the time so settled for it as wanted something to replace damaged (punctured) pan. Tried installing while motor in car couldn't get it to line up figured, ok not enough clearance. Use old pan of motor bought for rebuilding. So rebuild motor goes to machine shop getting ready to get parts back and they ask for pan to protect bottom end. OK run this over didn't fit there either bolt holes didn't line up too wide from side to side. So we now keep this as a memory jog to check things when you get them. Can't give above a zero for fit, craftsmanship, or correctness if it didn't fit as it fails on all three counts by definition. Didn't know we were encouraged to leave negative review until bad products video. Thanks Don.
    PS the system won't let me give 0 rating. Says I must have at least a one star rating.

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