The fifth-generation Mitsubishi Galant came in a funky “pillared hardtop” configuration for the United States market in the 1988 through 1990 model years. Few bought them and almost none survived into the current century, making a Sigma one of the rarest of Junkyard Finds. Five years ago, I found this ’89 in a California yard, and now I have discovered this ’90 in Denver.
At first, the model was given “Galant Sigma” badging, but for 1990 it was simply known as Sigma.
Not many miles on this one, and it seems pretty clean. Well maintained and driven rarely, or broken in 2002 and parked indoors until a few months ago?
What sort of car-selling business was Consignment Concepts in Cheyenne? This is one of the weirder dealership labels I have seen.
When you had a four-speed automatic (like just about every manufacturer) in 1990, you bragged about it.
Also required in Japanese pseudo-luxury sedans of the era: a very complex tape deck with nine-band graphic equalizer.
The individual 4door.