Test fitting worked out so well, I don’t think anything needs to be adjusted.
I purchased Tinworks Fabrication engine mounts, then thought maybe I should just use the OEM V8 mounts. The problem was that I was setting the engine forward about 3 1/2″ so as to not need to modify the drive shaft. The Tinworks Fabrication mounts are made to attach in the front frame and cross member holes, so this made setting the engine forward very easy. Using the supplied adjustable mounting plates allowed me to get the engine within 1/8″ of what I had calculated!
After I purchased this oil pan I discovered the Super Shops SS11004 (Holley 302-2 dimensions) pan for less $. This pan is available in cast aluminum or black.
Meanwhile, during a short lull, I also installed the DBW accelerator pedal to the firewall. This worked out very well, but was a real pain because of the tight space. For clearance while installing, I removed the brake pedal. Whew. I sure should have done all of this with the seat removed. I used existing holes in the bracket and drilled thru the firewall. 1/4″ x 20 carriage bolts holds the pedal nice and secure. Great placement and full travel. The existing 2″ hole for the original clutch will work for the wiring to pass thru for the TAC box.