Post by cocacoladodge on Sept 9, 2012 12:22:50 GMT -5
I'll post photos monday. it sits a bit higher because it is on a full frame, the entire power train is MG. The old MG engine is clean and sounds great, it started right up when he truned it over. it is in need of work, but its worth the $700 hes asking, extra fiberglass mat and resin included.
No, this isn't mine, it belongs to a guy 2 miles down the road from me. He doesnt have internet so i told him i'd put it on here for him. I'll get his number on here for everyone when i post the pics.
The Bradley is in our DNA, from our busted knuckels to headaches, yet will always have a place in our hearts no matter what happens.
Post by Big-birds-ride on Feb 25, 2013 16:38:41 GMT -5
I had an couple of MG's back in the 70's and back then they were a headache to own. Carbs always going out of whack, flywheel problems, difficult to get parts. I had a midget, MGB, and MG GT. Fun to drive, when they were running...I spent as much time under the car as I did in the drivers seat.
beemanphotogson: and at the "factory"/ shot locations. Always nice to be a cute 11 y.o. and having big boobs bounce of your head as they "Master Danny" & shake my hand. Lots of nice forest and nature scene shots, and then some when he went with them on the "gumball rally"
Jan 18, 2014 2:42:31 GMT -5
beemanphotogson: Also remember owners wife & my mom being "models" for the small yet fast boat on Lake Minnetonka, and up in ?Hibbing? on lakes near Paul Bunyan & Baby Blue Ox statues!! Even with Mysthenia Gravis, my mom made that boat sing!!
Jan 18, 2014 2:42:40 GMT -5
richmills2000: Hi, I'm new to the Bradley.I picked up a GT2 and need some advice where to get build manuals and parts. Any help would be appreciated.
Feb 5, 2014 0:29:28 GMT -5
walter4040: Hi Have two gullwing doors and the back window for a 1965 bradley
Feb 24, 2014 17:52:37 GMT -5