If ZZP told you Dorman kits don't come with stovepipes, they must be selling a kit that is different (and cheaper) than any kit from Dorman we have seen here on Bonneville Club.
Or, the kit they sold you could have been incredibly OLD stock. Dorman kits have come with TWO stovepipes for more than a year now, and with one stovepipe for several years before that. Perhaps they did not sell you a Dorman kit. Complete Dorman kits sell for about $125-155.
IMO, the APN kit is a far better choice. It comes with reduced diameter stovepipes and a metal heat shield in the EGR bore. It sells for $115 shipped to your door.
The reduced diameter stovepipes mentioned above provide a protective air gap about twice as large as the stock stovepipe in your car.
You needed to drain the coolant from the engine before tearing it down. That would have prevented the splash of coolant into your crankcase - never a good idea. It might be a good plan to change the oil and filter again to make sure all the coolant is gone. Coolant is heavier than oil and will fall to the bottom of the pan. Thus, depending on how long the car has been sitting, it may not show on your dipstick.
For anyone contemplating this job, it would be a very good idea to read the entire article posted in Techinfo on the subject: http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=38