Slant 6 Pans

Below are three slant-6 oil pans photographed to show some differences.

Green lines describe where the sumps begin and end.

The 1963-66 pan is shallow enough at the rear to clear the centerlink on 1963-66 A-bodies. The bottom picture shows the later pan to be 1" or so deeper. The B-body/A-100 pan is clearly a huge honker of a pan that would not clear any A-body from the looks of it. Its sump is too large and set too far back for an A-body.

Here is Doug D's photo of six different slant-6 oil pans:

Not pictured here are the pickups. Each of these pans comes with its own specially bent pickup tube, so be sure to get the correct pickup.