Under the dog house, left side front is the starter relay. Looks like the typical Ford starter relay that's been used for years. As mentioned, that relay is a known issue.
If you feel the need to remove the starter and solenoid, all you need is a ½" wrench for the two bolts that hold it on. Remove the starter and then remove the wires.
Don't buy one of the fancy aftermarket brands. The OEM design is as good as it gets.
My 1995 460 starter is still original at 180,000 miles.
The starter shown in the previous post is close but not identical to yours. You 2 bolts are about 180º apart.
Ignore the wiring to the coil. That's old information.