Filed under: Aftermarket, Classics, Convertible, Coupe, Performance, Nissan
The Nissan North America headquarters in Franklin, Tennessee played host to the 23rd Annual Z Car Convention this past weekend. While we missed out on Friday’s autocross and drift challenge action, we were on hand Saturday morning for the car show. Owners from around the country rolled out their pieces of Z history, from the 240Z to the 370Z. Nissan itself pulled a few heritage models out of the mothballs and parked them on the lawn for all to enjoy. Talk about tasty.
There were even a handful of vintage machines with nary a Z or Fairlady badge in their bloodline on display as well. We were particularly smitten with the blue Patrol poised to go where no 240Z had gone before. Likewise, there were a bevy of cars from the Z’s racing history nestled at the foot of the Nissan tower. No matter how hard we begged, the Nissan crew wouldn’t let play with the East African Safari 240Z in the open fields around the headquarters, but they did trot out the refreshed 2011 Rogue crossover, and more to the point, they were kind enough to let us have a peek under the fiberglass of Paul Newman’s Bob Sharp prepared 1981 Datsun ZX Turbo. That’ll do.
Gallery: 23rd Annual Z Car Convention
Photos by Zach Bowman / Copyright (C)2010 AOL
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