Saturday, August 25, 2012
Wanted dead or alive: the 1978 Hemi Orange GE Sigma GL I used to own...
If anyone knows of the whereabouts of the car below please contact me via a comment below or email: email@example.com. I really want to buy this car back as me and my dad did lots of work on it together and dad has now passed away and I would like to keep the car in his memory. I used to own this car and regretably had to sell it back in 2007/2008. It was sold via Ebay to a guy from the Colac (VIC) area who came to pick it up on a trailer. I've lost his contact and the Ebay auction was too long ago to show up with contact details in the sell history... The car was a 1978 Hemi Orange Chrysler Sigma GL with a mild 2.6 with Weber 34adm carby and rear disc brake diff from a GH Scorpion. It had the 3spd auto Jap box when I sold it and Volvo S40 black interceptor rims. It also had vinyl seats and aftermarket steering wheel with factory Petter Wherrett horn button. Car also had a Hornet style offset fully functional bonnet scoop.
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Here is one for you if you're in New Zealand: a modifyed 1984 Sigma! The car itself has only done 165,000kms and is in good condition...
I found this nice J-style Galant Sigma from Japan while surfing the net. I couldn't find however any information about the engine or it...
Here is a bit of a spill and the research results on the 4G64 engine option for my Sigma. This engine and the rwd gearbox to fit woul...
The Mitsubishi Galant Sigma Eterna In Japan there was a strange version of the Sigma that was only available in the Japanese market, alth...
Here are some burnouts I found of the FARKAL 351 V8 (5.8 litre Ford V8 engine) powered GH Sigma. Enjoy!!