Saturday, October 7, 2017

Flat-6 Power: 1977 Bradley GT

This next car comes from tipper RockOn who writes: The owner must do a lot of laundry as he has an ironing board for the rear deck!  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...wait a minute...I've seen this movie before...anyway.  Find this 1977 Bradley GT offered for $2200 in Schenectady, NY via craigslist.




From the seller:


77 BRADLEY ----- PROJECT CAR ( THE ONLY BRADLEY TITLED , REG. & INSURED IN NYS . ) 

FIBERGLASS BODY ON VW CHASSIS WITH 140 -- 6 CYL. CORVAIR ENGINE . ----- CAR RUNS WELL & CAN BE 

LOT DRIVEN , BUT WILL NEED SOME MINIMAL TINKERING TO BE ROAD WORTHY . SEATS & DASH IN VERY GOOD COND.---- ALL CARPETS NEED REPLACEMENT . ------- CALL FOR DETAILS / TEXT WILL BE IGNORED 

THIS IS THE LAST PRICE REDUCTION ( OVER $ 4,000 INVESTED ) ---- FIRST $2,200 & A TRAILER TAKES IT .


TEXT WILL BE IGNORED , ---------------- THANK YOU PAUL .




See a better way to drive something with gullwing doors? tips@dailyturismo.com

11 comments:

  1. Thats a whole lot of fun for not a lot of money. Just plan on spending some time and little money on carpets replace the whizzer cone speakers, think about relocating or a least bolting down the battery, bumpers? Then drive it every sunny weekend. Yes officer,it is street legal....

    ReplyDelete
  2. I bet it smells like wet dogs in there.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I was thinking the same thing. The interior creeps me out.

      Delete
  3. Nice find, even the pop up headlights work! The Corvair engine can make some good power too. Just get rid of that ironing board on the back. Would you like starch on the collars sir?

    ReplyDelete
  4. Gee I never noticed how much Milwaukee Wisconsin and upstate NY look alike

    ReplyDelete
  5. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Seller must really like that style of wheel. He has the same style wheel on his Lexus

    ReplyDelete
  7. The exquisite panel gaps will always be the hallmark of a great kit car.

    What is the point?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Ventilation.

      aka-on a wing and a prayer.

      Delete
  8. A superb, modern, energetic, red for her personality.
    flip diving

    ReplyDelete
  9. I am looking to learn more about this issue. Thank you for sharing. I will follow this site regularly.

    ReplyDelete

Commenting Commandments:
I. Thou Shalt Not write anything your mother would not appreciate reading.
II. Thou Shalt Not post as anonymous unless you are posting from mobile and have technical issues. Use name/url when posting and pick something Urazmus B Jokin, Ben Dover. Sir Edmund Hillary Clint Eastwood...it don't matter. Just pick a nom de plume and stick with it.
III. Honor thy own links by using <a href ="http://www.linkgoeshere"> description of your link </a>
IV. Remember the formatting tricks <i>italics</i> and <b> bold </b>
V. Thou Shalt Not commit spam.
VI. To embed images: use [image src="http://www.IMAGE_LINK.com" width="400px"/]. Limit images to no wider than 400 pixels in width. No more than one image per comment please.