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GTE Electronics This obviously isn't a VW. If you look closely, you can just make out the back of the electric motor under the electronics panel. It also appears the car has air adjustable shocks.
GTE hood From the standpoint of body modifications, the access door in the hood is probably the biggest difference between a standard GTII and the GTE.
GTE charger The battery charger sits in the hatch back area.The charger's cover is removed and sitting beside it in this photo.
Blueprints Some of the GTE specific documentation.
Carl Swanstrom
Red GTII Carl from Illinois sent me this photo of his GTII. It appears to be a Very sharp car. He has owned it for 20 years. The original owner cut out the headlight openings before deciding the kit was too much work. Carl has owned it ever since. Carl actually had a GT on order from Bradley when he saw the ad for this car in the paper. He made the owner an offer and Bradley let him cancel his order.
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