Our recent story on the ‘forgotten’ Mitsubishi Lancer A73 has generated plenty of interest from fans of the little Japanese car.
The Lancer is not often seen in competition these days, with Datsuns of all models, Escorts, Toyotas, Commodores and other cars making up the bulk of classic rally entry lists.
However, from the response to our story, there’s still plenty of love for the car.
Below are just a few of the photos sent to us from Lancer owners or fans.
Shannon Jeffries pushes his Lancer hard in the 2017 Glen Innes Rally.
Steve Kenway in 2003.
Queenslander Neil Michel’s Group G Lancer.
Tasmanian Mike Gigney in action in his Lancer.
Mike Gigney’s Lancer, complete with 2-litre Saturn engine and twin 45 carbies in the mid-80s.
Laurie Owens pushes his Lancer to the limit.
Long-time NSW competitor and organiser, John Paine, in action.
John Fraser jumps his Lancer in a Castrol International Rally in Canberra.
RallySport Magazine photographer, John Douth, uses a Lancer to travel to and from events.
Tasmanians David Rose and Geoff Rainbow jump their Lancer.
Darryl Rigby’s Lancer is still under construction.
Bernie Keast slides his Lancer through the stages of the Alpine Rally in December 2017.
You can read our original story by clicking on the link below.
The forgotten one – Mitsubishi Lancer A73