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1983 Volkswagen Caddy I [Typ 14D]

1983 Volkswagen Caddy I [Typ 14D] in Tatort - Der Pott, Movie made for TV, 1989 IMDB

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: DE — Built in: YU

1983 Volkswagen Caddy I [Typ 14D]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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rjluna2 US

2010-10-30 22:58

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1980 or later as [Typ 14].

Link to "en.wikipedia.org"

DynaMike NL

2010-10-30 23:02

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[Typ 14D], according to /vehicles_make-Volkswagen_model-Typ+14D.html ...

[Typ 14] was already used for the Karmann Ghia...

-- Last edit: 2010-10-30 23:04:06

rjluna2 US

2010-10-30 23:06

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Thanks, DynaMike ;)

DynaMike NL

2010-10-30 23:12

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You're welcome :)
It could of course be that wikipedia is correct and Volkswagen used the [Typ 14] for two totally different models - I don't know why we have [Typ 14D] instead, but I guess it makes sence taht they used a different Typ number, indeed.

antp BE

2010-10-30 23:38

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It seems the code used on various sites for the mk1 Caddy; are there other references than Wikipedia with only 14 for the Caddy?

rjluna2 US

2010-10-31 02:16

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According the Wikipedia, it listed as [Typ 147] for LHD :??:

ingo DE

2010-11-01 20:13

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Made in YU.

@rljuna2: Wikipedia is not correct, as this is the Typ 147: /vehicles_make-Volkswagen_model-Typ+147.html

rjluna2 US

2010-11-01 20:17

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Thanks, ingo ;)

ingo DE

2010-11-02 19:43

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:whistle: I have to correct myself. There is some relation of "Typ 147" to the Caddy, as I remember a friend, who has a shop for aircooled VW-parts. He told me, that there are some spare-part-numbers of the Caddy, which are starting with 147 (which shows the type in the VW-systematics).
So it's a bit irritating, because 147-numbers were used decades before for the old Typ 147, the "Kleinlieferwagen" with the nickname "Fridolin". O.k., no problem for Volkswagen, as -for sure- nothing is left of the Fridolin since decades, too. You can identify it by the different packaging. The VW-design has changed a bit during the times.

A bit similar it's with K 70-engine-parts. For any inexplicable reason VW has used the 028...-numbers again in the 90ies for a Golf-/Vento-/Sharan-Diesel-engine (the 1.9 liter non-TDI, I think)

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