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Fair Lady ZLast weekend I was driving north to one of the beaches along our coastline to soak up the sun and out of no where came a beautiful 300zx (aka Fair Lady Z in Japan). You see, I sold mine in the summer of 2010 and now part of me wishes I hadn’t. I was living in a condo at the time and didn’t have a garage to park her in. She was starting to fall apart under the hood but the body was in perfect condition so I didn’t want to leave her parked on the street. The repairs that I couldn’t do broke 5 digits, so I sold her. 10 months later though I moved into a house with a garage…..it makes me a bit sad just thinking about it. She’s driven the streets of California, South Carolina and Germany. She’s seen the Cathedral in Cologne and Frankfurt Stock Exchange to Hollywood Walk of Fame and San Diego Boardwalks. Any of you have a favorite you used to take for a spin?

Weekly Round-Up | Thank you all for commenting and sharing your articles with the Fearless Men readership.

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  1. Thanks for mentioning my post. Appreciate it!

  2. Thanks for the mention! Greatly appreciated.

  3. I am not a speed racer, so I enjoy taking out my Jeep Wrangler that I am rebuilding. I only really drive it in the spring/summer/fall time period, but I love it. Thanks for the mention. I really appreciate it.

  4. Before I became a miser, I owned a Porsche Cayman S. I can’t even begin to tell you how amazing it was to drive. Thanks for the mention guys!

  5. Use to have an Infiniti G20. She was my baby! Thanks for the mention.

  6. Thanks for the mention John.

  7. Thanks for the mention!!
    I friend of mine owns a 300zx. Nice ride and quite quick as well.

    • Yea, I think most are surprised with it’s speed cause they were made early 90’s. I used to take it on the autobahn in Germany with the top off. It was awesome!

  8. Thanks for including me in your roundup, dudes! Always appreciated!

  9. I’m pretty happy with my 2001 Ford Focus. Not quite as nice as the other cars, but it gets me where I need to go.
    Thanks for the mention. I really appreciate it!

  10. My first car was a 1968 VW Beetle. About a month into owning it, I was in a minor fender-bender and rather than try to match 30 year old paint, I had the whole thing repainted to my favorite color, bright orange. I loved putt, putt, putting around town in that thing.

  11. Thanks for the mention guys!! Much appreciated.

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