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The production run of the Bradley GT was from 1971 to 1981
Fiberfab was a kit car manufacturer founded by Warren "Bud" Goodwin in 1964. They got their start building street rod parts
and body panels for Mustangs before moving on to kit cars. The company was purchased by Classic Motor Carriages in 1983.
While Classic Motor Carriages went out of business in 1995 you can still obtain parts for the kit cars they manufactured,
As well as Fiberfab and other Kit Cars. Email them at email@example.com
Windshield, wiper arms and blades, mahogany steering wheels, convertible tops
was an auto shop based in Michigan, that focused on the production of
rear/mid-engined kit cars.
The kits were built by hobbyists or professional mechanics manually. Until 1986, Kelmark Engineering built kits and
complete vehicles which were either Volkswagen-based or on tubular race car style frames.