Arizona Cardinals Cornerback Patrick Peterson showed ESPN host Jac Collinsworth his other collection of rare cars.
Being a professional athlete sure pays off, and it did for All-Pro Peterson, the 27-year-old Florida native grew up loving cars. He claimed that when he was seven years old, he saw a dad’s friend restore a Chevy 1972 Nova. That’s when he fell in love with the Chevrolet brand and cars. He is not the only famous personality with love for cars. Jay Leno has 286 vehicles in his collection, Ralph Lauren, Michael Jordan, and Manny Pacquiao are known to have jaw-dropping garage collections.
Peterson does not only collect cars, he showed his affection to them by naming them. Highlighting his top five favorites’ first with his a 1968 Chevy Camaro named “Bodacious” sporting an all-dark theme.
The top four car is “White Pony” a white 2013 Ferrari 458 Spider with dark orange interior and exterior accents.
The third favorite is another European must have a 2016 Rolls-Royce Dawn named “Boss Lady.” Boss Lady is featured in Pearl White exterior and interior with Chrome accents and rims.
Surprisingly, the runner-up breaks the mould. “Pokie” is a fully restored 1972 Chevy Cheyenne 10 truck, custom painted with traditional rims. Peterson bought Pokie for $13,500 dollars but is now valued at $110,000 after restoration.
His prized possession is an all-American muscle car named “Rocky.” A 1973 Chevrolet Caprice convertible with 22-inch custom rims, repainted metallic silver, and deep red leather interior.
Peterson took Collington for a cruise in Rocky under the Arizona sun with the top down. They discussed football and individual potential rival match ups. Peterson believes they are all great players and like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Roger Federer, and Troy Aikman before him, he believes that great players are only truly great with matching rivals.