eBay 1968 Volkswagen Beetle Classic Bradley GT 1968 VW Bug Bradley GT conversion classiccars

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Bradley GT Electric. Bradley Automotive is most famous for taking the modest Volkswagen Beetle platform and giving it an affordable fiberglass bodywork, gull-wing doors, and an aerodynamic.

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Payment will be done via pay pal or cash in hand. No checks or any other BS. If you have questions, call314-974-7538. Bradley Gt. From the 70's. titled as a 1968 Volkswagen. Car is in good shape. Factory gel coat, has not been repainted. Vinyl stripes. There are chips and scratches, but nothing major.

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Also mentioned was a forthcoming Bradley Elan GT. Bradley Automotive began selling their first product, the Bradley GT, in 1970. Like the earlier products of Gary's Bug Shop, the car was built on the chassis of the original Volkswagen Beetle. Interest in the new GT was generated by advertising widely in a broad range of popular magazines.

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You could build just about anything from a Volkswagen Beetle floor pan and a fiberglass body kit, mainly dune buggies, ersatz Porsche Speedsters and the occasional sports car, such as the Pick of the Day, a 1976 Bradley GT.. These kit cars were quite popular in the late '60s and '70s, with many backyard mechanics trying their hand at building their own exotic-looking creations.

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The Meyers Manx is the top dog when it comes to Volkswagen kit car prices. A 1963 model sold for $68,750 at Amelia Island in 2017, and a 1970 Manx went for $64,350 at Monterey in 2017. But if you're looking for a gullwing on the cheap, the Bradley GT might be your bird. Bradley GT BaT. Bradley GT BaT.

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The Bradley GT was actually a kit car that could transform a Volkswagen Beetle chassis into a much cooler-looking sports car. The fiberglass-bodied Bradley GT was built as a 2+2 (just try and fit anyone in that back seat). Bearing more than a passing resemblance to Corvettes of the era, the GT offered optional pop-up headlights and gull-wing.

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The GT began production in the late 60s and was eventually replaced by the GTII in 1977. But in 1980, the company began producing the GT II electric car, of which only 50 were built. One of which.

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The Bradley GT was a fiberglass sports car built in Plymouth, Minnesota. It was one of the best known of the many dozens of independent carmakers that during the 1960s and 70s that used the Volkswagen Beetle as a foundation for fun.

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Bradley made electric versions of their other models, but the GTII-based GTE was the most popular. GTEs can still be found, and a recent Web search rounded up prices from $7,000 to $12,000.

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Relive America's bicentennial year with this Bradley GT kit car, currently listed for sale on eBay.. The kits were designed to fit atop a Volkswagen Beetle chassis—which had to be a great.

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Bradley GT, from the January 1978 Hemmings Motor News.. The Bradley GT was one of several popular kit cars that came along in the 1960s and '70s. Founded in Plymouth, Minnesota, Bradley Automotive built the bodies meant to bolt to the platform of a customer's original Volkswagen Beetle, but they also supplied turnkey vehicles to those less handy with a wrench.

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Wikipedia and other sources list sales of 5000 Bradley GT kits from 1970-77, with no breakout of factory built cars. There were 500 GT IIs made from 1977-79, and 50 GTEs from 1980-81. The symmetry of these numbers does makes one wonder if the original "source" was "Gary Bradley.". But even if we use the 10-12 car per month capacity as.

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Bradley GT, from the January 1978 Hemmings Motor News.. The Bradley GT was one of several popular kit cars that came along in the 1960s and '70s. Founded in Plymouth, Minnesota, Bradley Automotive built the bodies meant to bolt to the platform of a customer's original Volkswagen Beetle, but they also supplied turnkey vehicles to those less handy with a wrench.

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Also mentioned was a forthcoming Bradley Elan GT. Bradley Automotive began selling their first product, the Bradley GT, in 1970. Like the earlier products of Gary's Bug Shop, the car was built on the chassis of the original Volkswagen Beetle. Interest in the new GT was generated by advertising widely in a broad range of popular magazines.

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Under the open-top Bradley body lies what is described as a restored VW Beetle platform. The GT rides on the stock VW wheelbase, so no cutting was required in the transformation from People's.

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The Bradley GT kit car is one of the most iconic VW-based kit cars to come out of the 1970s. It's sleek, exotic with the addition of gullwing doors, and like so many of the lost kit marques to come out of the era, its history is filled with controversy. There are good Bradleys and some not so good ones, but with a little TLC, I believe this.