I've a 1933 Ford car that went thru some modifications in the 50's. One of these I recently discovered was the steering box that was replaced with a worm gear and roller set up from a another later model vehicle. After some research, I found out these conversions were common to improve steering performance as the cars horsepower and speed were being hopped up. The the steering sector and roller now need to be replaced due to wear and I'm not sure what part to ask for from what year or make car or where to start looking. Finding the roller and pin were easy enough to find but I also need to replace the steering sector because it has been bent. I thought just going back to original with the car but so much isn't original; engine, suspension, steering column, just to name a few, that it mean more to replace. I've been told the steering sector could have come from a Plymouth, Hudson or Nash or maybe a similar year 38-48 Ford car? Have found some info on this but nothing decisive. The pictures of steering sectors I've found online from vintage Ford parts suppliers and search engines match up closely with what I have. I thought one of these parts may have been shaved down to work but now I'll not sure. Here are pictures. Any help and insight sure would be appreciated. I will try to add some pictures of the sector and gear box in this post. Hope they help .