Always a problem(s). We are working on a 1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus (318 V-8, 904 Torqueflite, P/S, P/B, no A/C). The p/s pump I purchased at Autozone has the correct bracket holes but the reservoir is fatter and the front mounting bracket bumps into the corner of the reservoir. Looks like butchering the bracket or finding another pump with the same smaller reservoir as factory installed. Then, the pressure hose fitting (from Summit) to the pump did not want to thread on by hand. At first, I dreaded the thought the thread size was completely wrong, but then I finally got it started but after only about half a turn it wanted to stop, as if it were already tight. I backed it off and compared it to the factory hose end. You can see the new "reproduction" end does not even have the threads started at the end of the fitting (there is a small gap with no thread!). I know it may look as if I crossed threaded it, but I fractured my wrist in a motorcycle mishap and I don't have the strength in my hand to do that. If you look at the opposite end of the repro fitting, you can also see the same thing on that end-no threads either. Thinking about calling Dante and asking him for photos of merchandise he sells, probably the same source crap but you never know. First foto shows the interference area between the bracket and the remanufactured p/s pump (where the tip of the screwdriver is). The second and third fotos show the factory pump and a very small clearance gap between the bracket and the reservoir. Last foto shows the factory pressure hose fitting on the left, and the repro on the right.