Category Archives: 260Z

The Mitty 2018 – Friday

Finally, the day arrived. My brother and nephew got to my house the night before to join me on this epic weekend. I had my car cleaned out except for a few die cast Z cars that would be on … Continue reading

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Tuesday and Wednesday before the 2018 Mitty

This was not a typical Mitty week for me. Nissans and Datsuns were to be the featured marque. I was let in on the secret back in September, and I had to sit on the information for a month. That … Continue reading

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Non-Start Diagnostics

Last year one of my friends rebuilt a motor for Michael, a new 260Z owner. Michael got the engine back in, and my friend tuned the engine. Fast forward to January of this year. Tim, Michael’s father, posted on Facebook … Continue reading

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Photoshoot

A month ago, members of the Georgia Z Club gathered in Woodstock, GA, for a photoshoot. I had my car all washed and ready. The club VP arranged a great location for us, too. Since I was one of the … Continue reading

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Driveshaft Disaster

Ah, the “joys” of classic car ownership. Who knows when the trouble started? Did I push the car too hard on a club drive in the mountains? Was it a long-term problem that finally reached the end? Does it matter … Continue reading

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Rise and Shine – Caffeine and Octane

Maybe it just takes a special kind of car nut to get up early on the first Sunday of almost every month and drive 40 miles to a car show. Maybe I’m just a nut. The alarm rang early on … Continue reading

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GZC Karting Event (10 Photos, 20 GIFs and 4 Videos)

Some members of the Georgia Z Club gathered at the karting track at Atlanta Motorsports Park on October 24 for a morning of driving and spinning. The karting track at AMP is a challenging course with some significant elevation changes, … Continue reading

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