My first new car. I traded in the '93 300ZX and the '95 Camaro together one night after
work. The deal they cut at North Texas Nissan was too good to pass up and I started the
paperwork. Everything was great - except I hadn't told my wife of two weeks yet. I called
her on the way home and gave her the 'good' news. Once she saw that Solar Orange staring
back at her when I got home, she couldn't say no and we went back to the dealer the next
day to finish the papers.
We've kept the Z same way it came to us, no modifications other than the Ray's wheels we
installed in late 2011. It has been a fixture at many Texas Ranger's tailgates and the 40,000
miles on the clock have been mostly spirited. The Z has been good to us, we paid it
off and wouldn't dream of getting rid of it. I can't wait to take Jaxon for a ride in it when he's
a little older!
So we've had the Z our whole married life and for just us two folks with no kids, it's been a
blast to have the little two seater for us to zip around in. The Z is a base model 6-speed, no
traction control, no extra electronics like navigation or backup camera, just a CD player and