6. Bradley GT
The Bradley GT was a typical ’70s kit car company that produced cars built on VW Beetle floor pans with flat-four air-cooled engines and suspension. Despite the fact it doesn’t count as sports car configuration, the Bradley GT was, in fact, pretty fast since the bodies were light, and owners often decided to tune the engines. Some of them even installed the Porsche flat-six units giving the Bradley GT pretty vivid performance.
The Bradley GT was an interesting looking sports coupe that sold as a kit or as a fully built car, customized to customer specifications. It was one of the typical ’70s, DIY models, with metallic paint, chrome wheels, and gullwing doors, all of which added to the appeal. For those who invested in a more powerful engine, better suspension, and drivetrain, the Bradley GT could be a proper sports coupe, but most owners only wanted a show car.