Might be possible on a Cisa 22010/60 or Abus 85/60 sub assembled (both are compatible with each other). Or possibly any of the Abus 83 series. Depends on pin spacing.
You would then need to use the universal pinning kit.
I have done many jobs like this in the past and unless you have every key present you cannot guarantee all keys will work.
Best option is as mentioned above get a 35/10 half and a federal/Brisant body to suit or a 30/10 and an Abus 86/55 (although i believe this may be discontinued) but i have 2 in stock that i bought direct from Abus UK.
You could always use a brand new Maxus padlock, punch down the holding pins on the side and drill out, then replace the pins as required but use Cisa bottom pins/springs and bungs to seal the padlock then use a smooth band on a finisher to get a nice smooth finish.
Or Buy a new padlock in a keyed alike variant then cut new keys knowing full well you can order a new of the shelf padlock to match in future.