Update: 3/13/20 – Vehicle History Report for VIN#: 1V1LG0174CV079767 1982 Volkswagen Rabbit pickup VIN: 1V1LG0174CV079767 condition: excellent drive: fwd fuel: diesel size: sub-compact title status: clean For Sale 1982 VW Rabbit Pickup. If you’re looking for a VW pickup, this is […]
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At the current time this site focuses primarily on displaying ads for 1st generation VW Rabbit Pickups which encompasses Caddy Trucks for models years 1980 through 1983. The current region targeted is America with segments by each state and city/area.
Ads are posted directly to this site via sellers and are also reposted here from popular online classifieds sites such as Craigslist and eBay. The goal is to be a classifieds aggregation resources and a central hub for finding any classic VW Truck For Sale across the United States.
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1981 body with a clean title in hand, running engine, and manual trans were swapped in from a rabbit and the body is really clean for a 39 y/o truck. Strut towers are solid, the […]
Rust-free Texas truck partially restored and runs great. Previous owner started the restoration and kept garaged. I have had it several years and also garaged. Pros: 1700 gas engine is quick Rust free A/C works […]
1982 Volkswagen Rabbit Pickup (Caddy) $8000 obo 1.8L engine with close ratio 5 speed from a Gti Engine is not original so mileage is unknown. Odometer does not work. Transmission rebuilt 2013, and has less […]
1980 VW Rabbit Pickup LX Diesel – 66,800 miles with approximately 90,000 on ALH engine I purchased this truck about two years ago from one of my customers. I grew up around VW’s and have […]
1981 VW Caddy LX manual turbo diesel. It’s in good condition for it’s age. I don’t know a ton about it (selling for my father). It ran recently but he thinks the valves may be […]
About the VW Rabbit Pickup
The original Volkswagen Caddy was released in 1980 as a hybrid coupe utility van pickup. It was based on the Volkswagen Group A1 platform which was also shared with the Golf MK1. The Caddy pickup was the result of R&D work on Golf variations with both an estate and pickup model created.
The VW Rabbit Pickup was launched in North America being produced in VW’s Pennsylvania Westmoreland Assembly plant. Initial trim levels included the LX and Sportruck and competed with other small hybrid pickups such as the Ford Courier and Subaru Brat.
See our Specifications Page for features and technical data.