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#1
SOLD
#2
Parts For Sale / 1965/1966 Tri Y Headers and H pipe
June 23, 2024, 07:27:44 PM
Selling a set of 65/66 Shelby Tri-Y headers and H pipe.  These were both new made by Scott Fuller - see photos where they were installed on a 1968 Mustang.  They will fit on any 1965 to 1968 Mustang and possibly later years as well. 
Have about 30 miles on them total. 
 
I had to put a small dimple in the drivers side header to clear the power steering ram.  The H pipe was modified for an O2 sensor.  Also includes the drop bracket for the power steering. 

Call text or email me if interested directly as I do not get on the forum often enough. 

Originally paid $3600.  Asking $2000.

Marcus
602 628 2522
marcus@anghelrestorations.com

20240621_152143 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20240618_205048 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20240618_205153 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20240618_205048 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

 
#3
Saturday morning January 27th from 8:00am to 11:00am
Anghel Restorations
6103 E Desert Cove Ave Scottsdale
602 628 2522

For those who are coming out to Scottsdale in January we will be hosting our annual Open House and Cars and Coffee event.  All car enthusiasts are welcome plus friends, family, and kids - no pre registration is necessary.  If you have questions just reach out.  Looking forward to seeing everyone who can make it. 
https://anghelrestorations.com/annual-open-house/

Details below and some highlights:

  • Will have a good mix of Mustangs, Cougars, Shelbys, and Boss cars on display plus some newer super cars.
  • The actual movie car from Tommy Boy will be on display as its going thru a full restoration here.  Full details on the website. 
  • There will be cars in various stages of restoration with some on display on the lifts.
  • We will have a parts for sale section here with alot of original parts - including some freebees left over from previous restorations.
  • Food truck this year will be from a local coffee shop serving all kinds of specialty coffees and snacks.

For those not on the mailing list we sent these out in the last month with address and full details (if you want to be added to the mailing list let me know):

20231229_131711 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr
#4
Saturday morning January 27th from 8:00am to 11:00am
Anghel Restorations
6103 E Desert Cove Ave Scottsdale
602 628 2522

For those who are coming out to Scottsdale in January we will be hosting our annual Open House and Cars and Coffee event.  All car enthusiasts are welcome plus friends, family, and kids - no pre registration is necessary.  If you have questions just reach out.  Looking forward to seeing everyone who can make it. 
https://anghelrestorations.com/annual-open-house/

Details below and some highlights:

  • Will have a good mix of Mustangs, Cougars, Shelbys, and Boss cars on display plus some newer super cars.
  • The actual movie car from Tommy Boy will be on display as its going thru a full restoration here.  Full details on the website. 
  • There will be cars in various stages of restoration with some on display on the lifts.
  • We will have a parts for sale section here with alot of original parts - including some freebees left over from previous restorations.
  • Food truck this year will be from a local coffee shop serving all kinds of specialty coffees and snacks.

For those not on the mailing list we sent these out in the last month with address and full details (if you want to be added to the mailing list let me know):

20231229_131711 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr
#5
SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Cleaning Shelby wheels
December 08, 2023, 09:55:28 PM
Yes, the Evaporust works really well on clean parts.  Have to clean and degrease parts first.  In the pictures I posted you can see that the wheels had been sitting for a long time.  Lots of dust and there was some rust on there.  Took about 90% of that off....great at removing any mild surface rust.  Anything deeper is usually a problem with chrome no matter what. 
#6
SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Cleaning Shelby wheels
December 08, 2023, 12:08:05 AM
In the photos I posted here you can see the before and after of what the wheels looked like after being dipped in Evaporust.  Good results...but not perfect.  Im pretty happy with the results but still working to see if I can get these to look better.  Will be trying dry ice blasting next week on them and see what that does. 
#7
SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Cleaning Shelby wheels
December 06, 2023, 09:57:38 AM
Im working on a 69 Shelby here now that was stored for many many years.  Wondering if anyone has used any decent products to clean the center of the wheels.  I tried something called Sonax and that did not do anything.  Thinking I need something that is acidic to clean in to the pores. 
Below is side by side photos of what I started with.  I dipped each wheel in Evaporust which made a huge difference but some of the wheel centers are not as bright and clean as others.

20231130_110126 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20231129_160828 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

#8
Wanted to Buy / WTB 1968 fastback deck lid
October 11, 2023, 01:28:57 AM
Looking for a nice clean rust free rear decklid for a 1968 fastback.  What I have now is one that is rusted along the seam so looking for a nice replacement.  Text or call if you have something to sell.

Marcus
602 628 2522
marcus@anghelrestorations.com
#9
Parts For Sale / C6 Transmission
August 16, 2023, 01:09:08 AM
Listed locally here in Phoenix but figure I would list on the forums as well.  Can easily arrange shipping if needed. 

Ford C6 transmission out of a 1967 Mustang. Would work for other years of Mustangs (1967 to 1973), Cougars, Fairlanes and probably some truck applications. No stripped holes for starter or broken mounting tabs. Includes torque converter as well.
Selling this as a restorable core.
The valve body needs to be redone - it has an issue with a sticking valve. Can be rebuilt or replaced. Including two extra valve bodies for the rebuild in case they are needed.

$600
Marcus
602 628 2522
marcus@anghelrestorations

20230305_204231 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

#10

Ok I do see differences now...especially in the photo that Pete posted here and Jeff points out in his.  I will have to take a closer look at what I have when I return back from Oregon.  Seems some differences can be from wear over the years and other differences are just from day 1 the way they were made.

My dilemma here is looking at reproducing a stamp to make these - but wanting to do it as accurate as possible and just doing one variation. 
#11
It looks to me like these are all the same - especially the rings around the outer edges...unless someone sees something I am missing.  Its hard to compare photos because a slight change in angle makes it look different. 
The first two photos I posted are definitely originals. 
#12
I have heard rumors but have not seen any pictures or center console lids that look any different than what I have here.  Curious if anyone has seen the console stamping slightly different on an original.  This is what I consider correct originals:

20230727_171235 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20230727_170916 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

#13
Ok thanks....fixed it now...should work. 
#14
I have an unopened AMK box if someone needs this.  This is the 1965 AMK concours chassis kit for 289 HiPo with disc brakes.  Current online price is $473.80. 
$350 plus $20 shipping to your door. 

Link here:
https://www.npdlink.com/product/chassis-kit-concours/100694?backurl=search%2Fproducts%3Fsearch_terms%3D1000-3bk%26top_parent%3D200001%26year%3D

Marcus
marcus@anghelrestorations.com
602 628 2522
#15
Original early style "horse hair" 428 Cobra Jet fan shroud.  Really nice condition with no splits or cracks on the top or bottom where they typically are damaged.  The one mounting area has a small imperfection (see photos) and would just need some epoxy to repair.  Bottom of the fan shroud where the power steering cooler was mounted has some scratches.  Otherwise a really nice piece and hard to find part. 
$1200

marcus@anghelrestorations.com

20230325_173048 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20230325_173103 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20230325_173122 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20230325_173131 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20230325_173141 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr

20230325_173226 by Marcus Anghel, on Flickr