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 Post subject: My 1978 GE Sigma (MR 265) NEW BADGE'S!
PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 5:25 am 
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Just thought i would show you my Australian Chrysler GE SIGMA. :D
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 Post subject: sigma
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Nice :) :) :) Did the you guys get the Super Saloon version down there?
My dad used to have one. Clean car you got there how about some engine pix...


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 2:15 pm 
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Yes we did get the super saloon but it was not antill the later models like GK GN GJ but it had electric windows and i will take some engine pics soon. :)


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 4:56 pm 
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That's extremely cool. I really like that alot. :tu::D Nice car!

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I kinda like the old wheels better :) but that is absolutely gorgeous.

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Gangster! 8) :tu:


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nice looking car man.Super clean interior and paint.which sigma came turbo, was it that bodys tyle or the next?

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Wow very clean!

We have plenty of them over here but nobody seems to like them..

We do have some of the JDM turbo version called the Eterna. Same bodystyle but with later facelift - different front and rear looks like this:

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man, that is sweet! Gotta love the Sigma!

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Very cool. I dig it. :tu:

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 Post subject: Re: sigma
PostPosted: Fri Oct 09, 2009 8:02 pm 
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Dax wrote:
Nice :) :) :) Did the you guys get the Super Saloon version down there?
My dad used to have one. Clean car you got there how about some engine pix...


Yeah I had one for a first car, it had electric fender mirrors, but it was way to heavy for the little 1800cc.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:03 am 

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drsigma,

Super cool if your car has the JDM fender mirrors.
I love the front fender /wheel arch vents. Do the vents work?


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my girlfriend has been looking for an orange that we can paint her facelift sigma but we haven't seen anything until this. is it the factory orange? do you have the paint code? it would be very helpful.

Also KenH my parts sigma is the same as his and no the vents don't work.


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cheese wrote:
my girlfriend has been looking for an orange that we can paint her facelift sigma but we haven't seen anything until this. is it the factory orange? do you have the paint code? it would be very helpful.

Also KenH my parts sigma is the same as his and no the vents don't work.


The Sigma has been repainted but it is the origanal color.
Chrysler paint code is: PB /IMPACT ORANGE.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 7:08 pm 
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Pic's of the Engine bay. :-)
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This is where i have cut the air cleaner base out to hide the twin Solex carbies! v
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I've always liked the look of this car. It's sooooo tidy. I like the colour on it too. So clean looking.

I like the air cleaner you have on there. Makes the carbs look stealth. I wish I had thought of that, it's what I really wanted, a standard looking one. But I've spent the money on the grasshopper stoppers now. What is the air cleaner off?

Dave...

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Its just off a early model Magna carby one.


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very nice car, i like the early sigmas, and i like the minty interior too! nice work on the stealthy twin carbs!


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absolutely loving it mate! don't dig those newschool 17s tho but I hope they're just temporary rims :P

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