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36 Ford / Mustang II question

How much room do you have between the oil pan and the Mustang II crossmember ? This is a 36 Ford sedan with a 350 Chevy.

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If you are buying all the bolt on engineered parts it should work. The clearance problems usually result from a front sump pan on a small block ford.
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