I’d love to be the buyer for this New Jersey outfit which is clearly wandering around Europe, finding great 25+ year-old Volkswagens that were previously forbidden fruit, and bringing them to the US to turn a profit. Thus far, it’s seemed like low-mileage all-originals were the examples of choice, but this DoKa takes it to the next level. The cowcatcher front spoiler could challenge Alpina or Zender, and full-body ground effects and black-center aftermarket wheels help it strike a completely different pose. Sure, it’s a diesel, just like many of the showcar VWs in this country are “2.slows,” but that doesn’t make it undesirable. The interior is painted in the same bright blue hue, and updated front seats and steering wheel follow the few-parts-big-effects style of the exterior.
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1988 VW Transporter Doka Diesel. 5-speed Manual Transmission. VIN: WV2ZZZ24ZJH020022. Over 45 MPG and Cruises comfortably at 95 MPH. Only 39,020 documented miles. Custom German pickup. Runs, Drives, and Looks GREAT. Just serviced. No known problems. Extremely clean inside and out. Tonneau bed cover included. Please look at the pictures. Please feel free to ask questions. Inspections are welcomed and encouraged. Free and clear Title in hand. Barely broken in at that miles. No expense spared European custom build. You will not be disappointed.
This definitely exemplifies 90s modification style in Germany. A little gaudy but pretty cool, this little truck should still be plenty useful – as long as you don’t have to go off-road or over any speedbumps. Efficient, useful, and unique, the bottom line is that this is a clean DoKa diesel with fewer than 40k miles. That’s worth good money in these parts. The style might turn some DoKa lovers away, keeping the price in check. The beat ex-military DoKa diesel with 80k miles I recently posted ended up going for $12,100 in a no-reserve auction. Taking that into account, something around $15k seems fair for this modified version of what may be the least tuner-ish German automobile.