1982 VW Rabbit Caddy Truck

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Volkswagen
  • Model: Rabbit
  • Year: 1982
  • Mileage: 163,484
  • VIN: 1V1LG0174CV089473
  • Color: Pearl
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Oceanside, California, United States


Runs Great
Have all paperwork
Just put $2K into it
This scoot around Diesel really is a sweet little rarity.
It is great on gas mileage! We've personally experienced 37-42 mpg
They say more and I'm sure someone can tweak it to it's potential. Still however, it's been great for us! Again, this scoot around Diesel really is a sweet little rarity.
She's near mint...
For real.
Come check it out. Especially if you truly know what's up with these bad booty little trucks.
*We have a lot going on*
We don't have time for looky loos or low ballers. Don't waste your time coming :)
Most definitely would like to see this go to a VW club or group member.
Thinking about even just giving it to one of our teenagers.... almost on the fence with it.
Come see it.
We're flexible :) within respectable offers.
I went ahead and took as best pictures as I could... My boys and husband are out of town for a while and there is no way I can pull out the simple boxes that are in there right now. There's also a couple horse saddles and tools in there but I did take pictures of the corners of the inside of the bed and the shell, as well as, where it's carpeted. You can see that it's totally clean... I also took pictures of the inside where the seats are and the dashboard and what not.
I left things the way they were because we were just driving it like a couple months ago. It just needs a good vacuum... And then I did my best for taking pictures of the engine. However, I really don't know what people are looking for when it comes to the inside of the engine... Just zoom in and scroll about. I took one of his rags and wiped where the paint was so you can see it cleans up... everything else I left same as I found it... Because, I know nothing about engines and I don't want to break anything. It looked relatively clean. I hope this is helpful ...
Thanks for looking.

*Just so you know*
If you decide to put a deposit on the truck through PayPal, After 7 days that deposit becomes non-refunable!