Bradley Motor Company - Thor Conversion Services
Automotive Manufacturer of Whalley , Lancashire;Great Britain from 1989 to 1996.
Bradley Motor Company was a British manufacturer of kit car automobiles in the 1990s.The brand name was Bradley .
Tony Place founded the company in 19889 in Whalley , County Lancashire . He started producing automobiles and kits .The production ended in 1994. Thor Conversion Services from Blackburn continued production until 1996, still maintaining the brand name.
One model was the S 61 . This was a flat two-seater GRP body roadster in the style of the 1950s avaliable in a gel coated colour of choice, which resembled the then vehicles of Ashley Laminates and Falcon Cars .
The base of the car built on a steel space-frame chassis. Initially many parts of were from the rear wheel drive Vauxhall Viva HB and HC used later by the Ford Escort second generation with the pinto engine. In November 1995. From this model, approximately two units were built. The price of a kit was £2702 including VAT .In addition, there was a model with tubular steel frame in the range, which was suitable for receiving the Rover V8 engine .