We were recently sent some images of a vehicle built for the organiser of the DubFest show at Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng Province, South Africa – it was to be given away to one lucky visitor to the show.

We were extremely pleased to find that the vehicle in question – a beautifully restored VW Golf Mk 1 Caddy, was fitted with a set of 40th Anniversary Wolfrace Slot Mags.

Better still, the build shows exactly how good a car can look when its finished off with the right set of wheels.

Vdub Festival South Africa or Vdub Camp Fest as it is affectionately known amongst enthusiast in South Africa is Africa’s largest and most popular annual gathering of  VW and Audi enthusiasts.

The show attracts at least 10,000 people for the weekend event that takes place on the 1st weekend of February as it has for the past 6 years.

For past pictures and more info on previous and future shows go to:



As mentioned, ‘Project Wolfsburg’ as its been nicknamed, is given away to one lucky ticket holder at the Vdub Festival South Africa (aka Vdub Camp Fest) each year.

In 2012 a fully customized 1988 golf mk1 was given away. The car in 2012 was fitted with replica wheels but the team felt that fitting an OEM Wheel for the 2013 car was the right thing to do for the event, thus the Wolfrace Slots wheel was chosen for its classic OEM+ look.

Wheels and tires:

15″ Wolfrace Slot Mag (Anniversary Edition) sponsored by Wheels and More out of Florida, Johannesburg.
Rear lips have been widened and polished by The Wheel Shop in Johannesburg so that the tears are now 8J wide.
195/45 15″ Durun Tyre’s supplied by Wheels and More.

ICE (Sponsored and supplied by Kimos Custom Audio in Vereeniging, South Africa)
NECVOX DV320 DVD Head unit with USB, Aux and Infrared Remote
1 x Alpine swe1244e Subwoofer in one off Kimos Custom streamlined box
2 x Alpine sxe1750 coaxial speakers on each door fitted in Alpine embossed door panels
1 x Alpine pmx640 4 channel amplifier in custom floor board enclosure.

Suspension mods (sponsored by Max Custom Rides in Jet Park, South Africa)

1)      1x 125C 12V 15% Duty cycle Viair compressor.

2)      1x Airlift 7.5L air tank.

3)      2x Airlift Performance Front air struts which comprise of Bilstein struts, Air spring bellow, Pillow ball Conical Spacer, Camber plates, Rod nut, Jam nut and Threaded damping adjusters.

4)      2x Double convolution air bellow with top and bottom brackets

5)      Airlift Analogue system which contains two paddle switches and two gauges.

6)      ¼” Firestone airline tubing that gets pressure tested to 21 bars
Bodywork (sponsored by Checkkoast Productions in Kagiso, South Africa)
Full custom resprayed paintwork and load bin work.
Full leather custom interior in black and burnt orange theme
All accessory fittings and original trim restorations
Interior and exterior accessories (sponsored by Autostyle Motorsport in Fordsburg, South Africa)
Crystal headlights and front markers.
Clear taillights
Limited edition chrome Wolfsburg dimple gear knob
Limited edition chrome Wolfsburg door pins
Nexon 3 spoke split steering wheel and custom hub.
Custom silver and black foot pedals

Stock 1800 Carburetor
Engine bay resprayed and wiring tuck done by MS Motorsport in Bosmont, South Africa.

Project Wolfsburg II Sponsors

Checkkoast Productions (073) 1900087

Wheels And More (011) 672 5991

Max Customs Rides 084 867 0266

Kimos Customs 087 751 3567

The Wheel Shop 011 836 6854

MS Motorsport 083 634 0484

Autostyle Motorsport (011) 661 1700

Photography was done by Allister Selinda of Max My Ride Magazine South Africa ( https://www.facebook.com/AllisterPhotography )

Thanks to everyone involved in the build and especially to Laeeq van Heerden for sending us the miages and spec.