The Bradley GT was one of the more common kit car of the 70s; not as popular something like the Meyers Manx, but slightly more functional as a car and equally cool. Today’s example is something special because it doesn’t have Volkswagen power. Find this 1977 Bradley GT offered for $2,800 near Milwaukee, WI via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
The Bradley GT was available with a number of roof options and this one has a hatchback setup with some Ferrariesque rear buttresses. It actually looks pretty good for a kit car if you ask me.
Powering this Bradley is a flat-6 from a 60s Corvair, reportedly the 140 horsepower version with a quartet of carbs. With 2.7 liters of aircooled power, this should be faster than all but the most radically VW flat-4 built versions.
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