Here is another nice modifyed V8 Sigma, which so far has run a best of high 12's on the quarter-mile (low 13's on street tyres):
This is a 1982 GJ Sigma powered by a Holden 5.0 litre 308 V8. It used a Turbo 350 automatic transmission with quick shift kit and oil cooler, Holden VL Commodore V8 LSD differential modifyed to fit the Sigma, B&M shifter, stall converter, strut brace, electronic ignition, L34 cilinder heads with roller rockers, modifyed camshaft, high flow oil pump, Holley 650 double pump carburettor and sports air filter, power steering, electric radiator fan, aluminium Desert Cooler radiator, all with a comprehensive engineer's report.
Also worth mentioning are the GH Peter Wherrett Sigma mag wheels and modifyed front and rear suspensions.
And on the inside there are also a nice pair of front Recaro seats, wooden steeting wheel and custom gauges.
Here is the Ebay auction link: http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=320683387574.
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