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Old 09-17-2019, 12:25 PM
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Default Big block Chevy oil pan ID.

Does anybody have an idea as to what the application of this oil pan may be. Looks similar to 65-69 big car but without the indentations on each side. Thanks
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IMO It looks like a 72-75 Chevy/GMC truck pan for 2 wheel drive 1/2 & 3/4 ton:
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Default Big Block Chevy oil pan ID

It looks like a 65 -67 Impala pan with the two stepped drop, it also has the earlier Large nut oil pan plug. But it could be an earlier truck pan. Does it have a welded baffle in the inside?Don.

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Don, The ones I saw advertised seem to lump 1965 through 1969 together. 65-67 are different than 68 and 69? They also had indentations on each side which led me to believe this wasn't for the "big cars". Thanks
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I believe '68 & '69 were identical except for the Smaller 9/16" nut used for the drain plug, that is why I said '65-'67 B bodies usage. I need to see the welded in windage tray also to confirm. I also noticed the hole for the front oil pan seal nipple that was peculiar to the '65-'67 BBC pans. Don.

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Here you go and thanks for the help...
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