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.
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.