If your oil pan is hitting the tie rod you have a truck or Corvette oil pan on the motor. An aftermarket Moroso, Steff's, or Milodon oil pan will clear your suspension and still hold a lot of oil (up to eight quarts.
If you have a ZZ502 RamJet crate motor from GMPP it has a pick-up truck's five quart oil pan on it that will not bolt into any car body. They used to swap them out if the motor was still under warranty at the Chevrolet dealership for a car oil pan because enough customers complained that Chevy had a recall on them (but didn't tell any one about it except authorized service personnel at the dealership through their internal memo system. I saw that service bulletin about a year after I had replaced the pan on my 502 motor (it not only hits the cross-member and tie bar, but it drags the ground if you have the car lowered even two inches on bumps).