The Bradley GT was a kit car based on the chassis of a Volkswagen.
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On the 23rd of last month I posted that I would be spending a bit of time around a Duesenberg. Well, that event came and went just over a week ago. And, boy, was it a doozy. Puns aside, the day exceeded my expectations.
However, as the fuel economy-focused headline alludes, the package was basically all looks.
I posted on the 2nd of last month about an old spy picture of a never-produced Chevrolet Citation wagon variant.
Even though not planned this way it is rather fitting that, roughly a month later, I’m posting about another never-produced Citation variant.
This is one that was maybe best left at the concept stage of development.
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