1989 Volkswagen T3 Doka Syncro

Jan 3, 2018

Category: Rides

In the automotive world cult followings are a dime a dozen. From old to new, there is a group of fanatics out there loyal to a single model they believe to be as good as it gets. One of the more obscure vehicles to garnish a fandom of followers is the Volkswagen T3 Doka, and an even smaller crowd that chases the elusive Syncro 4x4s, making this modified unit from 1989 light up the eyes of a select few.

Perched on new sets of Fox Shox coilovers and bypass shocks, the crew at Dunn Tech Motorsports then fortified her with tubular bumpers and front/rear skid plates, modifying this T3 Doka Syncro to be a Baja ready chase vehicle. Power is produced by a 2.4L four cylinder from GM and delivered to all four wheels by a transmission custom fit by The Wright Gear Box. Seating for 5 in the freshly redone interior is complemented with a full length sunroof, keeping the cab of this truck prime for guests. Fold down bedsides give access to a tool box and spare tire, leaving plenty of room for hauling gear, giving maximum versatility to this little backcountry beast.

Learn More: Bring A Trailer

More From Rides

Featured Image

Laffite’s 720HP Off-Road Supercar Is Ready For A Day At The Dunes

Zarooq Motors' Sand Racer is back and better than ever.

Posted By

Jan 20, 2020

Featured Image

The 12 Most Iconic Racing Liveries Of All Time

A look inside the colors that have defined multiple generations of automotive prowess.

Posted By

Jan 20, 2020

Featured Image

Porsche Returns To Its Sporting Roots With The 718 GTS 4.0 Boxter & Cayman

The Zuffenhausen marque unleashes a pair of naturally-aspirated, high-performance 718s.

Posted By

Jan 20, 2020

Featured Image

Hendrick Motorsports Is Now Selling NASCAR-Spec 725HP Race Cars

“The most formidable track day vehicles ever made available to the public.”

Posted By

Jan 20, 2020

Featured Image

Audi’s AI:ME Autonomous EV Is A Self-Driving Garden Relaxation Station

AI-driven all-electric urban transport with living plants growing inside.

Posted By

Jan 20, 2020

Featured Image

Polaris’ 203HP Street-Legal Go-Karts Get A Suite Of Upgrades For 2020

Bridging the gap between futuristic aesthetics and functional performance.

Posted By

Jan 17, 2020