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'25 T with Mustang power steering leaking

I've recently purchase a 25T with 289 Mustang engine and tranny and Corvette rearend and 4 wheel disc brakes. I received some information from the seller but 1/2 of it was incorrect. It is currently up on blocks getting a new wiring harness and I want to take care of some of the leaks, probably from not being driven (no plates for the last 5 years). The car was converted, I assume, in the late 60s as it has mostly late 60s parts. The power steering is leaking everywhere but I do not know how to identify what it is and what year it is to obtain replacement parts and kits. I assume it is Ford. Where do I look for part numbers and how do I determine year model? Thanks for any information.

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Power steering leaking

Sorry for the delay. It's still pretty damp here and I have not gotten a chance to take the photos. I did have a mechanic come by and he told me that the power steering setup is mostly aftermarket and that the excess "play" could only be tested when the engine was running (can't do it now since I'm having a new wiring harness installed). He also indicated that the leaking was probably because the car has been mostly sitting and not running. So this part of the puzzle is on hold until the car is running again. Thank you.
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