I recently had an invitation to tour a portion of the Boskovich Car Collection. If was like no other experience. It is likely that most of you have heard of Pop’s Toy that terrorized Van Nuys Boulevard back in the late 60s and early 70s. If not, CLICK HERE for the story.
Pops was a hard worker, a good business man and car guy. After a hard day of work he would take his Boss 429 Cammer out to the streets to have some fun. It must run in the family gene pool because that Boss Cammer has since generated some additional and equally spectacular Boskovich Blue Oval machinery.
I could not visit the entire collection, it is not house at one location and I was short on time. Grandson Rhett Searcy did the honor and I still get a wide smile on my face every time I think back on that day; and I think back often. Friend, Rick Stanton (Boss 429 Talladega Feature Car on this site), and I were breathless as we walked between the collection of multiple Boss 429s, a Cobra, a 68 428 CJ Mustang, Shelbys, a 427 Ace Cobra continuation car as well as a multitude of Shelby experimentals.
CLICK HERE for more on this once in a life time tour of their private collection.