There is always the miscellaneous parts that are needed that you add up and order at one time (I already have another list going). So this order consisted of header and intake manifold bolts, swivel water neck, valve cover breathers, mechanical fuel pump block off plate, oil pump, oil pump drive shaft and pickup.
One tricky issue is the oil pump selection. I could have gone with a front sump pump and pickup in which everything would have bolted up. The problem is my longer (3.75″) stroke. This makes the crank hit a front sump oil pump and I did not feel comfortable grinding down the pump housing. So what I did was buy a rear sump oil pump that clears fine. This is a standard volume and pressure pump since Dart does not recommend a high volume due to their redesigned oiling system inside the block that brings oil to the mains first. What I did for the pickup is bought a front sump and selected rear sump to try to make 1 sump tube from the two. They were cheap so it will (hopefully) work out better then just making a fresh one off the bat.