Great looking car!
Because your '32 is NOT
a billet car I'd suggest you opt for the directional kit from Total Performance. Looks more like the old add-on style directional switches and is much more realistically priced.
I wouldn't change anything on the '32.
You mentioned the brakes. More than likely those '40-'48 Ford brakes on the front need adjusting. They have two cam adjusters on each backing plate. You are also probably used to the "feel" of power brakes and therefore it will take some getting used to non-power brake setup. They are adequate brakes. You could opt to go to Lincoln brakes of the same years as they have a Bendix adjuster and work well.
I just finished reading all your other posts. Replace the leaking master cylinder. Use a dual master cylinder if it doesn't have one at the present. The suggestion and photo's that Deuce
made concerning the dual power booster/dual master cylinder would please you. More work but worth the effort.