Thank you, but unfortunately I am in the Chicago area. It is really nice of you to offer though. One of my gearhead friends told me he is checking with his wife to see what they have planned this weekend and will come by and swap it for me if he can.
Yeah, Chi-Town is a bit of a hike for me. Well, not to worry, they are not that hard to replace. If you have factory air conditioning you may need to unbolt and temporarily move the A/C compressor to get to everything - maybe. I do not remember having to unbolt the compressor for the fuel pumps I replaced, but I just wanted to give a heads up in case your situation requires it.
I do recommend, with all sincerity, that you replace the rubber fuel lines at the fuel tank sending unit, and at the steel fuel line that is near the fuel pump. And, of course, replace the factory or after-factory fuel filter line clamps. It is also a good idea to replace the fuel filter (and its rubber hose) near the carburetor (it screws into the carburetor housing, unless it is an aftermarket filter).
I uploaded a YouTube video showing how to replace the fuel pump on a 1973 Mustang with a 302 2v engine. I also show how to change the rubber fuel lines and fuel line clamps at the fuel tank sending unit and at the fuel pump's steel supply line. The length of the video is longer than probably needed as I go into some detail re: preparing the gasket for installation, turning the engine crankshaft to make certain the fuel pump eccentric inside the time chain cover is at its "low point," and how to check the oil for gasoline contamination due to a fuel pump sending fuel into the crankcase (if in doubt, change the oil and filter after replacing the fuel pump).
Partial (shorter) video segments of the above listed YouTube video:
Replace rubber fuel lines at the fuel tank and fuel pump's steel feeding line - https://youtu.be/lkKVcliOd2w
Removing fuel pump - https://youtu.be/Xp8vLVlxtVk
Preparing A New Fuel Pump For Installation - https://youtu.be/BmQpNEHPgaw
I think the only significant difference between the 302 fuel pump and the 351W fuel pump is the 302 mounting bolts are on a horizontal plane, whereas the 351C mounting bolts are on a vertical plane. Both are equally easy (although tedious) to replace.