Hello! In short, I am trying to mount an unregulated alternator on my 1964 Ford 260 V8 in a Fairlane Ranch Wagon. From the factory this vehicle came equipped with a generator(believe to have failed). I have purchased an alternator however there is no where to bolt it on. I've seen a number of different configurations on the internet and was wondering if anyone here had some advise or has encountered this problem themselves. I'm thinking a bracket from a '65 Mustang 260 V8 might work. Part# C5ZZ-10145-BST A little background on this vehicle: 1964 Ford Fairlane Ranch Wagon 1964 Ford 260 V8 - Seized Carburetor Throttle Starting the Wagon The vehicle has it's own set of problems and she'll never be a show room car. Most importantly new floor pans need to be installed. In the meantime it's been taken around the block once every few weeks and hasn't encountered any serious problems. When initially testing the electrical system it was observed that the generator light was on dimly at idle and would turn off completely while rev'ing the engine. Recently this behavior changed in that the light is on dimly at idle and would get much brighter under any acceleration. While idling if the battery is unplugged the vehicle immediately dies. The voltage regulator was removed and inspected. On the outside it was fairly dirty but the interior was spotless. I believe it to be functional. The generator was last serviced in 1981 when the brushes were replaced. It is quite crusty and I suspect it has failed. Which has lead me to where I am now. If anyone can offer any troubleshooting suggestions, or tips on installing an alternator in this engine, please let me know. Thanks in advance!