See the Lawman in Person at Anghel Restorations’ open house
Coinciding with Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale Auction, Anghel Restorations will hold its annual open house, Saturday January 19 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Barrett-Jackson Auctions holds events all over the country, but their biggest and most popular is the one at their home base in Scottsdale, Arizona. That just happens to be where Anghel Restoration happens to be located, so for the past few years, Marcus Anghel has held an open house.
But it’s not just Barrett-Jackson that brings car guys and girls to town. As Marcus explained, “January is the best time and place to be in Scottsdale. The area is known for the vintage and classic car events the week that has evolved into the Scottsdale Collector Car Auction Week with events at Barrett Jackson, Gooding, RM Auctions, Bonhams, Russo and Steele, and Silver auctions. It is one of the biggest car weeks of the year and Anghel Restorations is in the middle of all the action and easily accessible for those visiting.”
This year’s open house will focus on the Boss 429 Lawman and the history of this car and the program that was put together by Ford to promote these handful of cars. The full history and story of this car can be seen here on Mustang-360.com (http://www.mustangandfords.com/featured-vehicles/mump-0811-1970-mustang-boss-429-lawman/), on the lawmanmustang.com website, or go see the car in person while visiting the open house. Marcus said, “Bring your camera and feel free to ask questions and look at the engine display and restoration in process.” Other displays will feature early Shelbys and of course Cobra Jets and Boss 302 cars and history. We will also have parts and original memorabilia for sale and some free giveaways for those visiting. Should be a good time for all in attendance. Looking forward to seeing you all in January!”
If you’re going to be in town, make sure to RSVP by January 12, 2019 to email@example.com. There will even a food truck there with hot breakfasts for sale.
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