If you recall back in Las Vegas 2014 this one sold for $9350 www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1971-BRADLEY-GT-GULLWING-COUPE-177087 . Up to this point this car is the go to car that the uneducated site when they are trying to sell a Bradley GT for a ridiculous amount of money. It usually go like..."Well Barrett Jackson just sold one for $10,000) not bothering to look that it was several years ago.
And we even have one for sale on here (as well as the samba) at a whopping $12,000 (discounted from $14,000)
Notice they are all the same color ? I wonder what it is about that color?
What are you thoughts on all of this. Every "Real World" sale puts a GT in equally nice shape in the $5000-$6000 range. They rarely go higher than that. My personally opinion is Barrett Jackson is full of buyers with more money than brains but what do I know?
Update: Seller ended the auction with the reason being " This listing was ended by the seller because there was an error in the listing" Still had half a day left. Seems to me it was just code word for "Holy nuts we are going to lose our ass on this one" It was only at $2500 or so at the time they closed it.
This was the description ...
This unrestored car has all of its original parts. The gullwing doors and back window are removable. A true survivor, it was stored away many years ago. Features include air conditioning, hidden headlamps and 8-track radio. Built on a 1969 Volkswagen chassis, it is powered by a 1,600cc motor with 4-speed manual transmission. This car has been driven less than 6,000 miles since its completion in 1976. It runs outstandingly well, has been serviced and is ready to go. There are only a handful of Bradley GTs left in this original condition. The build is documented and comes with the original invoice and Build Sheets. Also comes with huge binder with original 70s brochures and all purchasing and sales information. The original owner kept records and receipts for everything with postmarks from the 70s all included.