Have a look at another unique Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI
This Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI dubbed "Zero Fighter" packs a truckload of aftermarket modifications and is being auctioned of right now with the bidding at 28,750 GBP after 50+ bids.
It is not clear how many Zero Fighter units the company made, but it produced only 4,092 Lancer Evolution VI sedans. The special series referenced the Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter jet of the WWII era. It came pre-loaded with a plethora of Ralliart upgrades, but this specific example has even more third-party stuff on it than any other.
Highlights include Ohlins shocks, coilovers, an Evo 6.5 Tommy Makinen Edition transfer case, an Evo 8 MR rear differential, Evo 9 clutch and flywheel, Evo 8 oil radiator, and other upgrades. The intake, exhaust, boost and brake systems have all been thoroughly rebuilt.
As a result, the deep blue car riding on 18-inch wheels with Brembo calipers behind the spokes churns out 380 hp (280 kW), a whopping 100 hp (75 kW) above the original. A special control unit enables choosing from four available boost pressures (1.0 to 1.7 Bar), and a five-speed manual transmission carries the momentum to the wheels.
The car on sale has less than 100,000 km (62,000 miles) of range under its belt and comes with a full package of service papers. The seller claims it was maintained at least twice per year and has recently undergone a comprehensive drivetrain overhaul.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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