Adaptor Plate Identification needed

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I need assistance in identifying the adaptor plates in the pictures below. The ones marked 100-S (middle and bottom) are identical and each milled out of steel, and I believe they are for a SAGINAW power steering conversion. The one marked 200-A (top) with the large hole and indented hole is milled from aluminum, and I believe it is for a transmission/transfer case conversion. The plates came with the 1966 FJ40 project I inherited. Information on the applications and company that produced them would be great.
IMG 6083 2


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Upper looks like an sm420 adapter, Danny Warden used to make them back in the day, but many have come out with there own version. @pardion can probably identify it. Never seen ps plates like that?
 
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Don’t recall seeing part numbers on 420 adapters.
Don’t know what those steel plates are for.
 
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The steel ones look like they would sit on the sides of the frame rails with how they are milled out.
 

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