Shelby and Boss specialist
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Peter said:   July 4, 2015 10:38 pm PST
I would have loved to see the finished products of the 1969 Boss 429 build, that bonnet looked great. Thanks Peter @ Furitech

Annette said:   December 19, 2014 10:53 am PST
Hello you handsome man you! I love you and your cars! I am so proud of you and how hard your work. Thanks for being the best husband in the world to me. :)

Gene D'Agostini said:   February 4, 2014 11:54 am PST
I haven't heard from you in a while. I am substitute teaching and got into a car conversation with one of my students. So ended up on your website.... Would love to figure in SEMA this fall if all works out here. Drove the 56 FORD pu to school today. The one that Ralph bought when he came home from Korea in 61. It had been a Sacramento Co. vehicle.

Sean McDonagh, Bosskraft Mustang Restoration said:   February 27, 2013 8:35 pm PST
I've got to say, that in Australia, we have many well trained body men who are capable of detailed work, but with training and metal work being such a lost art in the USA, it's a tough gig finding anybody that can handform, and do metal work to a high standard. Even back in the '60's, it was a lot of English, Australian, New Zealander's and Europeans that worked for people like Shelby, building AC Cobra shells and the Daytona's etc. Armond, you're a significant cut above anything I've ever seen in the USA. Your work speaks for itself and that's one resto guy to another. Your detail is the thing that stands out to me. Replicating spot welds in repairs to the tops of Mustang shock towers, for example. Very, very few people do things like that. I try to think about it from the perspective of, would I get you to work on my own car, and that comes back as a big YES! Go hard, mate. Cheers, Sean www.bosskraft.com

Mark said:   February 24, 2013 2:02 pm PST
You do really nice work. The only thing I noticed was your comment in that you do not like AMC's. Have to get you to change your mind on that. There are a couple/few AMC lines that are just as cool as the Mustangs (I am a Boss and Shelby guy at heart but have a weak spot for the '69 AMC SC/Rambler (really rare) and talk about hard to get parts for - just as hard if not harder than a Boss 9 (lots of unique and specific pieces to it). Keep up the great job..

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