As I’ve mentioned before, my first car was a white caddy. Â It was an awesome little car, light enough to be fun, plenty weird, and irrefutably German. Â Mine had a later 2.0, but these two options on eBay right now have very different motors but are each uniquely desirable.
The first is a very clean white diesel LX. Â Mechanically, if you’re looking for an efficient and utilitarian car with personality, this is the one. Â A Euro-market 1.6l diesel with just 60k miles and Jetta 5-speed gearbox highlight the restoration, along with a clean paint job. Â I could do without the wheels, but this is a great (if plain) Caddy.
Next up we have something a little more fancy. Â This black 1981 Sportruck is a little more Dubby, blacked out with quad rounds, lowered on some prettier 5-spokes, and supplemented with just about 16v-Scirocco everything. Â It’s been thoroughly gone through top to bottom and is more show car than econo-commuter, but would still be a great little driver. Would have been nice if he provided more than thumbnails, though.
The diesels definitely command a premium these days, and this restored white LX is reserve-not-met at $5,600 with less than a day left. Â The black one is just r-n-m at just over $2k, but should go up a bit in the 3 days it has left. Â If it could be had for $5k or less, it would be a great purchase, and is probably the one I’d rather have.
This poor VW looks like someone ran out of time, money, or interest on it. It needs an engine and needs to have the interior reinstalled. It comes with some extra Euro and 16v parts for the reassembly. 82,000 miles on the body. Anyone want to finish this one? The ask is $1200, I suspect that it could be had for an even grand.
I am a long time Scirocco nut. I had a ratty 77 that I beat up thoroughly in high school (class of 92). It took tons of abuse, but the willing little 4 cylinder and light weigh was a lot of fun for a kid my age to be driving back then. But my car was a heap compared to the MKII a friend’s older brother owned. It was black with black striped interior. And it was lowered on Momo rims, low profile tires (when 50 series was considered low profile!), an Alpine CD player and huge subwoofer in the back. It was one of the nicest modified cars at our school without a doubt. I even remember my Dad, who frowned on modified cars typically, remark, “That is a beautiful car. A high school kid owns it?!”
Seeing how nicely preserved this car is reminds me of that MKII from high school. The black on black is of course very familiar (though his seats were no where near as awesome as these leather ones!), but also because you just don’t see well preserved Scirocco’s anymore. Anywhere! And with only 4700 miles, this one takes the term survivor to extremes under the circumstances. These were all passed through the hands of high school kids, several times over, and each one wanted to modify it — ultimately killing most of them.
Check out this
quote from the eBay listing:
INCREDIBLE survivor – totally original and un-molested with only 4700 miles – absolute time warp car!!!
Original 1983 1/2 Wolfsburg Edition Scirocco with 4700 original miles. Quite possibly the finest example anywhere!
The car was purchased new in July of 1983, driven very little, and then stored for the majority of the past 26 1/2 years. The mechanic for the owner took care of and stored the car for the majority of this time up until about one year ago. The first owner had the euro headlights installed at the dealer. At some point in 1985 the GTI snowflake rims with their original set of Pirelli P6’s were put on. It also appears as if the original factory OE radio was replaced with an OE BMW factory radio out of an 83 320i. I am including an original used Heidelburg radio with the car. The orig factory 13″ rims are available with the car along with the original window sticker, factory manuals and all the OE literature on the BMW radio along with its security code & the factory OE headlights.
The car is a literal “all” orig in every way, time warp. Never hit or damaged, never repainted anywhere. The only flaw is on the right side of the hood near the windshield where something hit it and left about a one inch crack in the paint. The leather interior, headliner, and carpet are in incredible condition and still smell like a new car. No cracks or fading whatsover. The dash, door panels, headliner, every inch of rubber on the door seals are impeccable in every way.
The last Scirocco I saw in person that was this nice was Josh’s 84 that we posted here last year. That was a really fine example. This is ridiculous. And I know not everyone reading this is going to believe it, but there are 19 bids on this car totaling $8600 — and the reserve isn’t met with 2 days remaining! Clearly there are some collectors out there who remember the car as fondly as I do; not to mention an owner who isn’t letting this one go easy!
I haven’t seen a second gen Scirocco this clean since high school, and that was nearly 20 years ago! This car belongs to my buddy Josh from Sports Car Shop in Eugene. In addition to only having 65k miles, this car is immaculate. Josh is a particular guy and keeps his rides spotless. He shopped all over the world to put together the great period correct aftermarket parts and the result is quite stunning.
Need to sell my 1984 scirocco thats been sitting in my garage, but hardly gets driven. Garage is getting taken over, so it will not have a space to sit anymore.
miles: 65,xxx original
zender front air dam
zender wind splits
zender gtx rear spoiler
zender badgless grill
factory original paint
scirocco mudflaps front and rear
relayed OE euro headlamps
OE euro bumpers front and rear, look new
NOS zender steering wheel with momo hub, also have OE wheel
3 gauge panel where ashtray and single gauge were
OE golf ball shift knob
radio delete panel, but still have factory radio that works perfectly
factory fog light switch hooked up to the inner headlights
new scirocco script floor mats
interior is pretty much flawless
wheels and tires:
zender sport wheels 15×7
zender sport discs in white and black
conti sport 195/45r15 tires (maybe 100 miles on them)
25mm H&R wheel spacers
bilstein sport struts with H&R sport springs (maybe 100 miles on them)
neuspeed front and rear sway bars
neuspeed front and rear strut bars, rear is a early triangle bar
abd intake pipe
TT adjustable cam gear
K&N air filter
new radiator, system filled with factory g11 blue coolant
recent tune-up and oil change
OE under hood foam due to the current stuff being hard and brittle
Some of these parts are simply unobtainable, no matter the market or price. I applaud Josh for selling this car complete and not giving in to parting it out. Someone is going to score a great ride for $4k!
Like brand new, 16,000 miles only, original owner, $10,500, vinyl sunroof, ac works, factory air conditioning, car is beautiful, black with camel cloth interior, exim wheels, front spoiler etc. Must see!
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