Category: Invader GT

Invader GT-5 Molds For Sale

Questions have been raised over the years as to what happened with this car but I can confirm with all certainty that the molds are in California and they are for sale. In addition...

1967 Invader GT Kit Car

I have not made any secret about it over the years. The Invader GT is in my mind one of the ugliest kit cars to ever be offered. When Bruce Weeks stole David Loring’s...

Early Invader going cheap

The invader always intrigued me, it was a very simple kit much like the early Bradley and like the Bradley it did get a face lift being revamped and more refined along the way,...

Autokit Invader GT – Luggage Area/Engine

The GT5’s hinged rear deck opens wide , exposing an over-sized engine compartment and truck. The engine compartment will accommodate VW, Porsche, Corvair, or Mazda motors. Separated from the engine area by a firewall,...

Autokit Invader GT – Load Test

Fiberglass sports car bodies have developed a reputation for being weak and flimsy. The Invader GT5 changes that with the sandwich construction found in the roof, box beams in the side panels, and bulkhead...

Autokit Invader GT – Kit Contents

Autokit Invader GT – Kit Contents

The Invader GT5 kit came in three stages: The deluxe, the super, and the factory kit. Each kit was at a different level of completion, from a basic kit requiring trimmings and fittings of...

Invader GT letter

I just got this nice letter and photo set, which I’m reproducing here verbatim — Enjoyed your blog very much. Every once in awhile I’ll google Invader GT and see what pops up. Usually...

Invader GT doors

Because he’s got the doors — why doesn’t everyone??? — as well as some extra touches like the tilt-column steering wheel and aftermarket a/c, Bennett that’s selling this Invader GT (more pictures and info...