Bradley GT II, eBay | Fri, 22 Jun 2012 Posted by : Donnie
This is a good looking Bradley GTII. Said to be 90% restored. Has new interior, original glass , and a few other things. It is a good looking car that appears to have been given a pretty decent restoration. They are one of my all time favorite kit cars ever. If it was not for the fact that there is no replacement windshield available I might have owned one a long time ago.
Anyone want to guess what the reserve is on it? I am going to say $5000
Bradley Automotive, Bradley GT II | Mon, 21 Mar 2011 Posted by : Donnie
Bradley GT II, For Sale | Mon, 26 Jan 2009 Posted by : Shannon Larratt
Anthony (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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!
Bradley GT II, For Sale | Thu, 22 Jan 2009 Posted by : Shannon Larratt
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!.
Bradley GT II, For Sale | Fri, 04 Jul 2008 Posted by : Shannon Larratt
The asking price of $1,200 for this 1979 Bradley GT II is an amazing deal — contact Deryl in Ceres (near Modesto, CA) at email@example.com if you’re interested. The car was built on a 1600cc VW chassis for about $11,000, and Deryl’s got $4,500 in it. It runs well, but needs brake work and some minor TLC.
The last two photos are from an original Bradley GT II press kit — you can find that and lots more about this car at BradleyGT2.com.
Bradley GT II, eBay, For Sale | Wed, 04 Jun 2008 Posted by : Shannon Larratt
One of the more refined kit cars of the classic era was the Bradley GT II, released after the huge success of its precursor. This one sat in the crate until 2000, as it came in part form from the factory. It was finally completed last year, with the following specs:
- 1971 Karman Ghia Frame and refurbished pan (sandblasted, new rails, etc.)
- High performance 1776 cc engine (dual carbs with electric choke, 1 1/2 qt oil pan extension, etc.)
- Beefed up transaxle with higher gear ratio for comfortable highway cruising
- 4-wheel disc brakes
- Vinyl interior with carpet
- Full gauges (speedometer, tachometer, amp meter, oil pressure, clock, oil temperature, voltmeter and fuel level)
- Engine compartment and hatch glass electric solenoids with mechanical backup
- Professional installation on the dual sunroofs, tinted windows
- Air conditioning
- New paintjob
- Factory manual
And of course this beautifully completed Bradley GT II gets over 30mpg due to it’s low 43″ profile and VW driveline. With only 15 hours left to go on the auction (#180247880491), I don’t think it’ll hit its reserve, so I’ve asked the seller for some follow-up info so perhaps you’ll see more on this car and its build here soon. Very nice kit and a great build either way…
Aztec 7, Bradley GT II, Carlisle 1999, Conventions, FiberFab, Riot, Sterling | Tue, 16 May 2006 Posted by : Shannon Larratt
I have tons more photos from the Carlisle 1999 kitcar show, and I figured that since this year I’m finally going and it’s, oh, seven years later, I should share some VW-based exotics picture with you. Let’s start with a yellow Fiberfab Aztec 7:
Or how about this Bradley GT II, which should feel familiar to you:
And here’s a Riot by Thunder Ranch.
Finally, one of my favorite cars of all time, the Sterling (made in a wide variety of versions):
Bradley GT II | Mon, 15 May 2006 Posted by : Shannon Larratt
I’m normally not a giant fan of the Bradley series (although the GT II is much nicer than the GT, looking to me sort of like a minature little Corvette with gull-wing doors or someting), but this DIY customized one by Steve Striharsky is quite nice. It includes a 2110 cc engine (speedy in a car that light), custom lights, exhaust, engine cover, nurf bars, and a gorgeous paint job.
Maybe if I’m lucky I’ll get to catch up with Steve at Carlisle; if I recall correctly he lives in the area.