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WTB: Rear sump oil pan for 300 six

Need a rear sump pan for a 300. 70's 4x4 pan with dipstick would be awesome, but will consider all. Ugly is OK, cheap is better. Pm me with what you got. Thanks
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would a 4.9 pan work?
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would a 4.9 pan work?
The 4.9 pan will fit, but has no provision for a dipstick like the older 4x4 pans. What do you want for it?
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It is still on the motor in the truck. hows $20? But i need to know early friday morning if you can. Thanks John 570-239-1509.
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As usual .....behind schedule. going to try and get it out of here Sat. If your interested let me know. 570-239-1509
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