Mitsubishi Cordia GSL: This is one of the range of Mitsubishi’s cars from the 1980’s. Probably memorable due to the advert using the tune to Laura Branigan’s ‘Gloria’ but also highly sought after for turbo version which was often the target for car thieves and lead footed drivers. This one ain’t going nowhere fast without wheels baby.
Mitsubishi RD Colt GL Sedan: The Mitsubishi Colt was once a common sight of the roads of Australia, but sadly very few a seen these days. This one is the sedan “Limited Edition” with 1.6 litre engine.
Mitsubishi GJ Sigma Wagon 2.6: One of the more popular cars on Aussie roads in the 1980’s. Sadly they’ve had a high attrition rate and are rarely seen on the roads any more.
Two Sigma websites for those that who are interested:
Mitsubishi TP Magna Elite: In the 1980’s Aussie engineers took a Japanese car cut it in half, added 6 inches to make it wider. manufactured it in South Australia and sold hundreds of thousands of them. Tell kids that these days and they don’t believe you.
Chrysler GC Galant XL: Aussie Galants sold in the 1970’s wore the Chrysler badge. Of course underneath we all knew they were Japanese Mitsubishi’s.
2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR: This is one FQ Lancer Evo.
Mitsubishi Magna GLX: Once a common site on Aussie roads and car parks… now these first series of Magna’s are starting to thin out a wee bit.
1991 Mitsubishi Lancer GL Sedan: Motoring …1990’s style. Not much has changed.