To Z Or Not To Z


Every so often a car manufacturer puts out an automobile that not only “defines a generation”, but unequivocally distinguishes between those who enjoy driving and those who enjoy driving real fast. It also divides the ranks of consumers and occasionally makes a die-hard domestic car lover an adulterer for a foreign model.


4 responses to “To Z Or Not To Z

  1. Wow! That is one cool car!!!!

    One day if I ever find myself with a garage and some free time, I’m getting one of those cool Z car thingies and fixin her up right!

    I used to be one of those die hard American muscle dumb asses unitl I was interduced to the migthy power to weight ratio! Not to mention the front to rear weight distribution facter. The Z car was almaost a perfect fifty fifty. Shocking considering it was built in the seventies and cars these days are still striving to meet those specs.

  2. Yep, I just saw an old Z260 and it was suhweet. There’s a place for unarguable American muscle, a place for brilliant Japanese workmanship and a place for sleek European style in every good man’s garage.

  3. What a mix of black and white light! I didn’t know airplanes (or is that a rocket ship) had rearview mirrors!

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