I do not have any pictures, no. I guess I got too excited to see what they’d look like. I cut them mostly before I bent them, except I shaped the bottoms of the uprights more to make them fit the flat base and get the windshield angle right.
That part was pretty basic. I essentially heated the metal and then just bent it in very small increments with a bench vice( with soft jaws) and a plastic hammer (learnt the last part from Ray). I also used a metal pipe as a form. If you do a little at a time and bend in various positions you barely get fold lines and the ones you do get you’re able to sand and file out.
That’s what I do, jigsaw and file and sand, a bit time consuming if it’s a big part.
You might want to try 6063 Aluminum it would be easier to work and will bend further before it cracks. It’s limited in how big a piece you can get in plate but angles and other shapes are available.