Bradley GT II (and a half)

Anthony (saintengland@sbcglobal.net) is selling a very nice looking Bradley GT II in Lubbock, TX. He’s owned the 1979 car for five years, and is sad to be selling it but needs the room and the money. He says, “It has been so amazing to own and drive around town. People break their necks on a double take when driving! It steals attention from any Viper or Porsche… This has happened more than once!”

In April 2007 Anthony installed a new 2110cc engine custom built by Strictly Foreign with Dual Webers carbs in April 2007, and less than a thousand miles have been put on the engine since (a $4175 engine by the way). The car comes with the owners/installation manuals, as well as a few boxes of spare parts, and to top it all off, a second Bradley GT II (minus the doors and roof) with a new pan, brake lines, brakes, A/C, and a rebuilt front end… $13,000 in cars for an asking price of $6,000.

The car has Lambo-style wheels (“Ultra”) and is painted in Toyota white. It’s always been garage kept, and it’s been registered and inspected the whole time Anthony has owned it. It jst needs some minor attention (a few of the gauges), but all-in-all this is a steal!

10 Responses

  1. Bats says:

    You know that has to be one of the nicest Bradleys I have seen in a long time,
    I just learned today that the windshield in these is not from some donor, it was made for this car,
    Sweet built type 4, my guess someone will jump all over this car.

  2. Bats says:

    You know that has to be one of the nicest Bradleys I have seen in a long time,
    I just learned today that the windshield in these is not from some donor, it was made for this car,
    Sweet built type 4, my guess someone will jump all over this car.

  3. Rich says:

    Yeah thats why when one comes up with a broken winshield they are generaly cheap. A lexan copy would be something that could work but they don’t hold up well unless you take great care of them. The one thing on the GTII I always liked is the hatch back makes it practical .

    There was an EV GTII on Ebay a while back those would be fun to mess with .

    Rich

  4. Rich says:

    Yeah thats why when one comes up with a broken winshield they are generaly cheap. A lexan copy would be something that could work but they don’t hold up well unless you take great care of them. The one thing on the GTII I always liked is the hatch back makes it practical .

    There was an EV GTII on Ebay a while back those would be fun to mess with .

    Rich

  5. Kyle says:

    wow ive never seen one with the top chopped like that, it looks like it could make a nice lookin convertible.

  6. Kyle says:

    wow ive never seen one with the top chopped like that, it looks like it could make a nice lookin convertible.

  7. Brad Wilson says:

    Would it be possible to separate the 1.5/2 vehicles in the sale? The turn-key looks great but the BGT-2 that needs a lot of help is the one that intrigues me. I have to ask what is the engine that’s sitting in the topless BGT-2? Whatever it is, it’s out of my league experience wise. So naturally, I’m intrigued and interested.

    Brad

  8. Brad Wilson says:

    Would it be possible to separate the 1.5/2 vehicles in the sale? The turn-key looks great but the BGT-2 that needs a lot of help is the one that intrigues me. I have to ask what is the engine that’s sitting in the topless BGT-2? Whatever it is, it’s out of my league experience wise. So naturally, I’m intrigued and interested.

    Brad

  9. Bats says:

    Brad, that one engine is just a VW type 4, it’s been trendy now for a few years to use the type 4, they came in the VW bus, they have pros and cons over the type 1 which is the other VW engine shown,
    Jake Raby ( Google his name ) is the T4 guru, cost wise they are just a tad more than a type 1

    Cheers,
    P.

  10. Bats says:

    Brad, that one engine is just a VW type 4, it’s been trendy now for a few years to use the type 4, they came in the VW bus, they have pros and cons over the type 1 which is the other VW engine shown,
    Jake Raby ( Google his name ) is the T4 guru, cost wise they are just a tad more than a type 1

    Cheers,
    P.

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