What I did:
"New" (rebuilt) booster from NAPA, originally spec'ed for a 73 or so GMC 3/4 ton diesel pickup.
New (actually) master cylinder originally spec'ed for a 69 BBC 'Vette with disc brakes.
New power steering pump originally spec'ed for the same GMC pickup (it used a different pulley/offset than my original 69 Pontiac pump so I had to work with the bracketry some to get the belt to line up correctly).
Booster - M/C pushrod that I got from "some place up north" (I'll have to check my records for the location) -- needed because the Rebuilt booster from NAPA doesn't come with one. They 'assume' you'll re-use your original.
Fabricated my own mounting bracket for the booster, welded up out of steel plate.
Laid out my hose routing, measured, then had hoses custom made with the fitting angles and types that I needed.
I cut off the end of the pedal push rod on the booster, threaded it, and used the pedal clevis from my original brake system to mate it up with the brake pedal.
The hose routing goes like this:
1) Pump high pressure out to hydroboost high pressure in
2) Hydroboost high pressure out to steering unit high pressure in
3) Hydroboost low pressure return and steering unit low pressure return both go to a 'T' fitting, then from there to the pump low pressure return.
(5 more images in next post)