After doing some leak checks on the engine last weekend, I decided it was time to degrease and wash the entire engine bay to remove years of dirt and grime build up.
The engine bay area wasn't that dirty, but there was a bit of a mess I left when I removed the cylinder head to change the head gasket.
Of course the engine looks a bit old and used, but it's to be expected of a car that was made in 1978 and has never been restored!
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...
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...
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...
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!!