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Pontiac 389 or 421


Still looking for a good used oil pan. Also in need of the oil filter adapter that attaches to the side of the block. I believe any mid to late 60's will work.

 

Thanks, Bill.



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Have you tries Amme's Pontiac Performance ? I used them a lot when I had my 64 Catalina 2+2. I know it's expensive with $ exchange but maybe the only choice!!!

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I can find used parts in America no problem but the exchange and shipping suck. Was hoping to find the parts in Canada. If no one steps up with parts then I will go south next week. I need the parts soon as the machine shop is almost ready to assemble my engine.

Bill.

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You sure you want to put a "used" pan on fresh engine??? When I rebuilt my friends Olds engine he was able to get a "new" pan thru a "jobber" Have you checked NAPA, or CarQuest?? I can't remeber the name of co. he went thru but was in east end of Toronto & was a AC outlet.

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Milodon likely make one, check for local suppliers who can get you one. Ive had good luck at places if I find a part number first, check milodon site and try local speed shops or places like Napa. Ive paid Summit like prices and the shipping has been reasonable.

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The pans sold by Jegs, Summit and others are not new 65 style pans. They are later maybe early to mid 70's style with drain on the side. I have straightened my pan as much as possible and will use it until a good on comes along.

Bill.

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