My 2010 Caddy TDI-R get a personal touch>>>
First post and here is my story.
11 kilometers at the odo, this should be fun.
VW Caddy 2,0 TDI-R 140 hp with 6 gears.
So I have to start.
This will go to the painter.
Rims and tires is here.
Just a teaser.
Nice size on a van.
Here we go.
I just get rid of things that I not need.
A lot of things to pull off.
Some electrical work.
There it is.
Here is the steering wheel as it looks from the start.
And with some personal touch.
This not looks nice.
So a few R-line details will help.
Then I got a package.
Mmmm, me like.
The first one on location.
Looks great beside the yellow.
Way to yellow.
Notice the VW logo.
A little closer.
Time to get inside.
Here will the CD and navi be.
Out with the dashboard.
Then I will locate where the pulse cable to the navi should be.
Then I put it in.
Ready to rock.
A amp in matching color. LOL
Behind the seat will be fine.
And the subwoofer.
Melting with the interior.
Sounds like a dream. Bluetooth for the phone too.
Nice, the painter was here.
This is not nice.
So I order a rail from the version with glasses.
And the cover from the painter.
A lot better IMHO.
Then I put on extra lights inside the car.
Xenon bulbs so it will be interesting to see how it works in the dark.
More nice stuff.
Choose car and 10 minutes later I have add 40 hp's.
More nice things in my drawers.
Something is wrong here, the leaf spring is at the wrong side of the axle.
So I have to do something about it.
Nice to work with, no rust.
Now the leaf springs are at the front of the axle.
And here we are at the right side with them.
It's going in the right direction.
Shock absorbers in place too.
And the painted bumper.
So now the rear is finish.
A quality filter is never wrong.
Preoiled and ready.
Damn, now they have stop deliver the car with the engine cover.
So I have to buy one.
No dirt and no roadnoise.
Now we will have some more fun.
This one have to go.
I need the top bearing.
So I have to get it.
It's a little difference.
I start at the bottom.
And there we hit the ground.
I'm very satisfied with the result.
Or was it better before?
I have always been weak for low cars.
A few more updates.
This time I start inside and here I found the power outlet.
So what nice option can I get to that?
A rechargeable flashlight.
Then I got a leather steering wheel with multifunction buttons.
Looks great IMHO.
Then I pull off a few things that I will get smoked.
And I have been at the painter again. LOL
It's the minor things that do it.
I have some trouble to get the back stay at the road so I have to do something about it. LOL
Damn it looks great.
The smoked light in place too.
I hope you found this little tour interesting.
Omg Dude looks sick.
Really awesome only thing i would do different is the grille and the bumpert grille mat black makes the car a lot wider in the front.
Built NOT Fucking Bought
it looks realy nice !!
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That is a real nice conversion, brand new Caddy R-line
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Volvo 244 gl 1978
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Mini 1000 1987
Damn you really took your caddy to a way higher level, it looks stunning! I appriciate your touch on the details of this caddy. On the first picture my thoughts were...why that colour on the last picture my thoughts were: Wow great colour!
Dutch VW's are always on Continental's, that's because of the fact that PON (Dutch Importer) is also importing Conti in the Netherlands. When you're in Wolfsburg you'll notice that there is a wide variety of tyre-brands which VW uses. Not just Conti