The Bocar is a rare sportscar produced between 1958 and 1961 in Denver Colorado. The creator, Bob Carnes, wanted to build the fastest, safest, and most reliable sports car in America. Carnes built a handful of models, perfecting the car with each subsequent model.
The XP-7R was the supercharged version of the XP-7 and the final model produced by the company.
This car XP 7R 003
Corvette engine 350 cubic inches. 650 HP
Rochester fuel injected – injector rebuilt by Jack Podell, the Rochester Fuel injection guru.
Baha Beetle front end suspension.
Potvin setup, GMC 4-71 supercharger driven off the nose of the crankshaft pressurizes the fuel injection system.
Muncey M-22 “Rock Crusher” 4-speed gearbox.
G.M. rear axle
Suspension modified to add coil over springs and shock absorbers.
Borrani wheels (rear slightly larger than front)