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Video: Jay Leno visits Japan and drives a Fairlady 240Z-G!

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Finally a review on the Z car on Jay Leno's Garage!

Jay also talks with designers on what to expect from the next Z car, and mentioned that he currently owns a Z car himself.

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If he adds a Z to his stable,,,,,Yep that will increase the desirability on our cars and a welcome recognition by a 1st rate car collector for the breed :cool:

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Extensive collection, but it's never been substantiated (at least to my knowledge) that Jay Leno is in the know. Perceived as more of an interest-in-cars-with-a-big-purse.

now Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee on the other hand, is geniuns.

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It was the Jay Leno channeling GoertZ that got me..." if it comes out looking anything like this I should be getting a royalty check, right?"

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We visited the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento last month and I was pleasantly surprised to see a '72 240z on display. It looked right at home with all of the other classic cars on display.

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We visited the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento last month and I was pleasantly surprised to see a '72 240z on display. It looked right at home with all of the other classic cars on display.

It looked right at home next to a Pacer? Prices just dropped in half. LOL

Chuck

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Is the light blue Fury/Coronet a CLASSIC :finger: :sick:.....................Please lets ask for the Z to be displayed with proper vintage sports cars ;)

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We visited the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento last month and I was pleasantly surprised to see a '72 240z on display. It looked right at home with all of the other classic cars on display.
Must be a recent addition, I visited in April 2011, surely would have noticed that since I was still a Z owner at the time.

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