The original Giugiaro Scirocco is a thing of beauty to this day, with sharp lines that come together distinctively. It’s a shame that most Mk1 Sciroccos are dead or beat within an inch of their life, but today’s is a refreshingly clean and cared-for example. Taken just on looks and the cleanliness of the engine bay, it’s a heck of car. Unfortunately, while the description attempts to be detailed with a photo of (I think?) maintenance and improvements, the seller is not familiar with resolution requirements, leaving quite a few questions to be answered before the steep asking price is paid.
Click for details: 1979 Volkswagen Scirocco on Seattle’s Craigslist
Engine: 1.7 liter inline-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
1979 Volkswagen scirocco very clean, paint & interior are in great shape this is the cleanest one around needs nothing. Please don’t waist my time I am selling this for my neighbor he has changed to boats and does not need it anymore if you are looking for this car this is the one you want. Please look at pictures to see what’s in it. Hagerty it’s appraised at $10,000 he is looking to get $9,500
Not the way I’d want to drop almost $10k on a car on Craigslist, especially when the mean price of Sciroccos is less than half that. The Phaeton hiding in the garage gives a hint that the owner might really be into VWs, but that’s giving as much the benefit of the doubt as guessing that the “pictured” sheet says that every single part is perfect and brand new. If you’re in the PNW and love Mk1s, give the guy a call and check it out. It certainly looks the part.