The Volkswagen Rabbit Pickup was first released for the US market in 1979 as a replacement for the outgoing Type 2 (T3) Transporter that was no longer available in a pickup configuration for the USA. The Caddy (as it was known later in Europe) was assembled in the USA and Europeans had to wait until 1982 for a Bosnian assembled version to be released.
Under the hood is a 2.1 liter 16V Golf engine that has been modified with all manner of internal and external components to increase airflow through the engine without the use of forced induction. The seller claims a 12 second 1/4 mile time, which is impressive for a front-wheel-drive car, even one that has been gutted and is sold with bill of sale only.
Don't expect to take to the kids to school in this thing, it has been stripped, gutted, and fitted with Lexan windows...but curiously, it does not have a roll-cage. So what we have here is a car built for speed but not the track or the street...oh...a magazine car...I finally understand.
See another non-street legal "magazine" car for less? firstname.lastname@example.org