Unlike competitor Kelmark, Bradley didn’t offer options like tube frames or midengine layouts. Bradley GTs were designed from the outset to sit on stock Volkswagen Beetle platform chassis. Though I suppose in profile they were supposed to look a bit like the Beetle’s much faster descendant, the all-conquering Porsche 917, in the end they still look like a cheap kit car. Someone, though, loves them because they brought it out to the Vintage VW show in Ypsilanti’s Riverside Park this past May.
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