What you see here is a small portion of the collection of wonderful Fords. They are the result of the life long love of cars by the Boskovich family headed up by the late “Pops” George Boskovich. Pops is a Legend on the streets of LA. His Boss 429 Cammer Mustang was a dream of passion for any Blue Oval fan. If you are into Fords or Mustangs then you dream about owning a Boss 429. To read more about Pops Toy, Click Here.
When I visited, there were 5 Boss 429s in the Boskovich collection!
This is Pops Toy, the recreation, undergoing a complete restoration. For more on Pops, CLICK HERE.
Boss Nine, in white.
These cars don’t sit in a garage and look just like they did when they left the factory; these cars are driven and pounded on. They are modified to make them faster and more reliable, just like Pops would have wanted it.
Not everything in the garage is a Boss Nine. This is a 1968 1/2 428 CJ Mustang.
If a regular 428 CJ doesn’t ring your bell how about a Shelby GT 500?
Note the valve cover on this two seater. It is a 427 but is not a Cobra.
This is one of 3 “continuation cars” labeled a MK IV and built by Ace.
Of the three built only one was red and two were black. This one is for sale if you have to have one.
Two more of the Boss Nines.
The Boskovich garage also contained some newer models including a GT 40 and this Cobra R. It was purchased, driven home and parked. Extremely low miles.
There is also number 500 (the last one built) of the original run of Shelby GTH Mustangs, new generation.
What other great Fords are in the collection? For more on the Pop’s Toy, CLICK HERE. For the others you need an invitation. Trust me if you can get one, it is worth it. Let me say this; I saw some Shelby Mustangs that you will not find at any car shows or written about in any magazines. These are the cars only Carrol Shelby can build and only his closest friends ever get to own. These are the one offs and prototypes, I can’t say any more but WOW!