Bradley GT II in Portland, OR

When it comes to original designs, the Bradley GT II is one of the most “production” looking kit cars out there — that is, it’s the least likely to be instantly identified as a kit. Mike’s got a nice looking one in the Portland, Oregon area, a ’77 on a ’72 VW pan with a 1835cc counterbalanced engine intended for a sand rail — “she is a rubber burner” he says. The gel coat is getting a bit rough, but everything’s there and it’s never been hit and the interior is solid. He’s had the car for fifteen years now and has had lots of fun with it, but is now looking for a new project. At $1,500 this car is a steal (it may already be sold by the time I post this) — write to Mike at sandman456******* if you’re interested SOLD!.

4 Responses

  1. Schmitty says:

    This is close to me so I contacted the seller. It turns out that he wanted $1500 for the car without the engine and $1800 for the engine alone ($3300 total). He already has a deposit on the car (as of 1/23/09).

    Schmitty

  2. Schmitty says:

    This is close to me so I contacted the seller. It turns out that he wanted $1500 for the car without the engine and $1800 for the engine alone ($3300 total). He already has a deposit on the car (as of 1/23/09).

    Schmitty

  3. Bats says:

    Bummer, around here used VW engines are cheap, still a very nice project as far as bradleys go

  4. Bats says:

    Bummer, around here used VW engines are cheap, still a very nice project as far as bradleys go

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