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id kinda grown a bit bored with my mk3 estate daily and allways fanced a caddy pickup. so when i spotted one on ebay on sunday i thought bollocks ill take a risk and have a bid .we went to collect it from spalding on tuesday and despite first impression
Hi guys, As you can see from my sig I'm into my E30's and have been for eight years. I'm just about to buy a friends Mk1 Caddy as a daily which is standard except for a 1.9td lump and 5 speed box. I want to flip the rear axle, fit some coilovers an
right everyone i bought my first mk1 caddy today, been stripping it mostly today with the time i had, will post more pics over the weekend and progress when its achieved heres a pic when i picked it up
what is the norm at different countries (i.e. malaysia, indonesia, thailand)? I just don't want to under-tip considering the caddy follow the group for the half the day at least.
Anyone know anything about interchangeability of Mk2 Caddy van gearboxes? I have a w Plate van (van is pretty much scrap) with a cable operated clutch release and an x plate van ( in half decent nick but dodgy - no 5th gear - gearbox) with a hydraulic
Ladies and Gentleman...let us introduce Mr Bruce Chugga, 24yr old Volkswagen Mk1 Caddy Bought from a chap in Reading, the adventure started with a long slow drive back to Manchester Slow progress... picked up some bling in the form of a chrom
Hope some ppl who are involve in this field can give me some details...