My 1980 GH Sigma I picked up a couple of months ago

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My 1980 GH Sigma I picked up a couple of months ago

Postby xTerraH » Wed Oct 28, 2015 2:46 pm

Manafactured in Todd Motors, New Zealand. Received it factory everything (1 right hand mirror, 4g32, 4 speed, factory paintjob)
Car is almost completely rust free. Both rear and front bumpers were twisted at some point, but that won't take much to fix anyway.

Work done so far:

New shocks and lowered springs
Upgraded from the previous 13inch rims/tyres to new 15 inch ones

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These pics were taken prior to cut and polish. The car had a crazy amount of oxidisation. It had probably never seen a clean in its life (has been in a barn most of its life)

And AFTER:
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Resprayed around the windows the next day

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New mags and suspension sorted

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Next up:

Fix the bumpers asap

Install a new headunit into the glovebox.
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Re: My 1980 GH Sigma I picked up a couple of months ago

Postby xTerraH » Tue Nov 03, 2015 3:41 pm

So I found out its actually a GQ....

for all those confused, just have a look at your chasis number.
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Re: My 1980 GH Sigma I picked up a couple of months ago

Postby A112H » Wed Nov 04, 2015 7:53 pm

It is actually an A122A if it was a 1850cc engine or an A123A if it was a 2000cc engine
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Re: My 1980 GH Sigma I picked up a couple of months ago

Postby A112H » Wed Nov 04, 2015 7:54 pm

Just read your first post, being a factory 1600 it will be a A121A :P
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Re: My 1980 GH Sigma I picked up a couple of months ago

Postby xTerraH » Wed Nov 25, 2015 8:59 pm

A112H wrote:Just read your first post, being a factory 1600 it will be a A121A :P


Oh okay thanks
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