Marcus Anghel
October 23, 2018
Photos By: Dean Farrell

Be sure to check out the launch this week of a new website under the name of lawmanmustang.com dedicated to follow the rebuild process of the original and infamous 1970 Boss 429 Lawman. The site features several sections including a restoration blog as Marcus Anghel from Anghel Restorations uses his experience and resources to go through every detail that made this car so special. With only 829 miles on the odometer since new, it’s a true one of a kind time capsule and probably one of the lowest mileage restorations ever done on a Mustang.

The website will feature some never before seen vintage photos of the car and rare video footage of the other Lawman Mustangs while they were shipped to overseas bases to teach and train the U.S. troops the principles of driver safety and performance workshops. The story follows the details of the Lawman Mustang team of six cars as they were being shipped to various bases in Southeast Asia during 1970.

The full story of the Lawman will be edited and maintained on the site as more and more information is being uncovered. In particular, input from actual veterans who either drove these cars or were a part of the safety seminars is something that will be added. There is also a section where you can add your own information or photos as part of the story.

For those who want a front row seat and be able to feel they are a part of this restoration it’s a great way to follow along. Ultimately all of this will lead to a coffee table book that includes images from the site plus a lot of unpublished photos of the restoration process.

Contact information:
Marcus Anghel
Anghel Restorations
www.anghelrestorations.com
www.lawmanmustang.com

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