Gordon's 2015 Caddy Maxi

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Gordon's 2015 Caddy Maxi

Post by grs » Wed Jul 01, 2020 6:27 pm

Hey all,

Thought I might aswell start a thread since I have a lot planned for this van. Let me introduce my 2015 64 plate Caddy Maxi. I bought it in order to haul about my missus and her supermoto racebike as she starts her first proper season after training for a year. We test fit the bike last night and yup, Husqvarna FE350 fits in the back of a Caddy Maxi, just need to take the reggie plate off it. :mrgreen:


It used to have a wrap but they never took it off properly. :lol:

Wee bit of rust on the door runners, but nothing that can't be fixed.

And I imagine that this will come in handy from time to time. 8)

The missus suggested that I nick the alloys off her POS Beetle project to get rid of my steelies for now, so... maybe?

First order of business is putting an auto headlight sensor on since its one of those nice quality of life things. Just waiting for the parts to arrive then at the end of the month, get a new head unit in there and think about making the cabin a bit more comfortable.

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Re: Gordon's 2015 Caddy Maxi

Post by Dodson » Mon Jul 06, 2020 11:30 am

Just a note mate, I think the beetle wheels are 5x100 and the caddy is 5x112 so wont fit.

Looking forward to seeing your progress though, I use mine for Mini-twin racing... SV650 fits nicely in the back too.

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Re: Gordon's 2015 Caddy Maxi

Post by tonyhill » Mon Jul 06, 2020 10:49 pm

Also, the wheels and tyres probably won't be load rated (insurance requirement)....best to leave them on the Beetle.

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