Tuesday, October 11, 2016

That's A Nice Volkswagen: 1975 Bradley GT

Who else is sick of overpriced and over-hyped classic cars that we see every day?  Yes, you could drop six figures on an unrestored Porsche 911 or the same amount on a hot rod '57 Chevy, but you'd just run into a dozen of them at the next Steamers and Scotch meetup, so why not get something unique...and cheap to boot! Find this 1975 Bradley GT here on eBay bidding for $2,500 reserve-not-met with less than 1 day to go.



Yes...yes, I know what you are thinking.  It is a kit car, and it is powered by some terrible Volkswagen flat-4 -- but unlike most kit-cars that cost less than a set of new performance tires, this one isn't as dirty as Donald Trump's locker room chat, and instead is as clean as Hillary Clinton's e-mail server room.


The kit cars produced back in the 1970s have a certain boat-like construction and shape, but this one looks fabulous in a burn orange paint.  Who needs access to whatever lives under the front end when you've got sexy curves like this.



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3 comments:

  1. Yeah okay, these don't get much respect. I remember riding around in my friend's dune buggy. They are fun and not to be taken too seriously. I like them just because they are not trying to be anything other than fun.

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  2. I've never seen one that look that nice. I wonder what you could really do with one of these and some beetle performance parts.

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  3. Believe it or not it's just me. Just like the light of a new day. It hit me from out of the blue. Breaking me out of the spell I was in making all of my wishes come true

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