Below are pictures of my 1932 Ford Tudor Sedan project.
These pictures don't show what the car looked like when I got it. When I got the car (a few years ago) it was only a body shell without a frame.
Since then I've purchased separately and added to the car - frame, fenders, running boards front axle, rear axle, front axle, suspension pieces, yada, yada, yada. Also, I straightened and boxed an original 1932 frame and put new cross-members in it.
If I can find some frame fabrication photos I will add those later.
The photo on the left shows the 1st set of Allen Grove brackets I bought. They put the alternator in the way of the steering box & air conditioning compressor too low. Allen Grove Company allowed me to return them in exchange for "high mount" brackets.
The center and right photos show the steering box bracket I built, while waiting for new alt & A/C brackets to come in the mail. I was going to use the triangular shaped bracket on the right, but I saw one that allows the steering box to sit closer to the frame and copied it.