Tristans 1981 Mitsubishi Sigma Wagon

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After selling my hillman hunter estate i wanted to find another suitable daily. I found a Triumph 2500pi estate, but that has turned into more of a project then a expected.

So then this sweet Sigma popped up for a fair price. Its pretty straight and tidy. interior is immaculate, Its only done 115,000.kms from new. still has the original 1600 4g32 4 speed Manuel.

Plans are to give it a cut and polish, some lowness and either some banded sigma steels or some nice alloys.

Does anyone know the best way to lower these cars? is there any other springs i can use? And is it worth converting it to five speed? is it a easy job? 



I then fitted some 14x6.5 work equip 02,s on. The car needs to be lowered so bad its looks ridiculous at this height.


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Thanks for all the help i have been getting from people.

Not to much has happend but i i gave it a quick little polish, it  come up much better than i expected. 

Also picked up some lowering springs the back looks good but the fronts still too high, so i might get the fronts springs compressed a little. its looking pretty cool tho.


Also test fitted some other wheels 14x7 Enkei Crossfever


im leaning towards keeping the Work Equips tho. Also have some 14x8 ssr Starsharks that ill test fit, once i get tires for them. assume they will be to wide tho.


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Not to much has happend! just been driving it heaps really, went to some random park up the other night and some cool photos were taken. probably gonna be listing it on trade me soon tho,  i wouldn't mind finding a old bike.




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