Sigma model identification

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Sigma model identification

Postby Cottees » Tue Jan 03, 2012 1:19 pm

From the front.

GE
4 round headlights.
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GH
4 small rectangle headlights.
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GJ
Large rectangle headlights. Full height grill.
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GJ Wagon
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GK
Large rectangle headlights. Half height grill. Mitsubishi logo above grill.
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GK GSR
Same as GK, but with front spoiler/lip.
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GN
Large rectangle headlights. Half height grill. Mitsubishi logo on the grill.
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GN Wagon
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From the rear.


GE
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GE Wagon
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GH
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GJ
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GJ Wagon
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GK
Striped style tail lights. Mitsubishi logo and badge are separate.
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GK GSR
Same as GK, but with rear spoiler.
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GN
Striped style tail lights. Mitsubishi logo and badge are joined together.
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GN Wagon
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Re: Sigma model identification

Postby Shitjas31 » Tue Jan 03, 2012 2:18 pm

good article, but my GN wagon has the full height grill that you describe being of a GJ, maybe this could be mentioned? also the trim across the tailgate is only present in later models isnt it?
1986 GN Sigma 'high roof' station wagon.
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Re: Sigma model identification

Postby Cottees » Tue Jan 03, 2012 2:48 pm

Shitjas31 wrote:good article, but my GN wagon has the full height grill that you describe being of a GJ, maybe this could be mentioned? also the trim across the tailgate is only present in later models isnt it?

I have only done the Sedans at the moment. Will try and do the Wagons soon. But yeah, all the Wagons have the full height grill, and also longer bonnets than the Sedans have. The front fender panels are also different between the Sedans and Wagons.
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Re: Sigma model identification

Postby 2Lgalant » Sat Jan 07, 2012 7:50 pm

Are the Gsr sigmas only one with 4 wheel disck brakes
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Re: Sigma model identification

Postby A112H » Sat Jan 07, 2012 8:19 pm

Nope, GSR's and Super Saloons had 4 wheels disc's stock but they were an option on most models. Stock on all Scorpions.
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Re: Sigma model identification

Postby 2Lgalant » Sun Jan 08, 2012 8:42 am

Ok then as there is a shell in a paddock near mine and has the 4 wheel disk breaks and didn't know but now I do it way be a super saloon ;) cheers
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Re: Sigma model identification

Postby zachhigg » Tue Jan 24, 2012 5:42 pm

The problem i have is the more rare of sigmas the SE, extremely rare im pretty sure.
Most insurance and road side type places hardly have Chrysler sigma let alone the SE.
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Re: Sigma model identification

Postby SIC082 » Wed Jan 25, 2012 7:48 am

yeah i got a GJ SE which has 4 wheel disc brakes
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Re: Sigma model identification

Postby BAD-SIG » Sun Aug 19, 2012 8:40 am

The rear photo of the GE is from one of my cars lol. Could you perhaps mention the difference from the GE Sigma Galant and GL grille (honeycomb, all black sometimes with chrome surrounds on the headlights) and the SE grille. Also mention that the GE and GH Sigma wagons have exactly the same rear. Also put a couple of GH Sigma side shots to show the difference between GL and SE against Petter Wherrett and Turbo models.
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