Now some of the parts are cleaned. The brakes are lined, although I've discovered that I have 3 front shoes and 5 rear shoes.
I went to Argentina and the parts I got did not fit, so it took a couple of weeks to exchange them for the correct ones. I was unable to find replacement A frames, so I welded the holes and straightend the ones I had, then painted everything with the Hammerite black anti-rust that I used on the Corvair suspension.
One side of the steering camber adjustment had been drilled out and replaced by a plain bushing. The other was very worn and loose. I had a local machine shop reproduce the eccentrics for this part and make a sleeve for the spindle.