Norwell, Massachusetts (PressExposure) July 13, 2011 -- Summer is a favorite, pardon the pun, "Z-son" for proud owners of Z cars, the name affectionately given to a line of sports cars issued by Nissan Motors since 1969. The nice weather makes it the perfect time of year to roll the windows down and turn the radio up and "cruise". That's just what the Z Club of New England will be doing at its next Cruise day, to be held on July 31 at Coastal Nissan at 109 Accord Drive in Norwell, Massachusetts.
The Z Club Cruise begins at 10 am with members showcasing their classic Z cars at the dealership. Members and non-members are welcome to attend. After the showing, which concludes at 12 pm noon, members will hop in their cars for a 40-minute cruise along the scenic South Shore. The cruise will end with lunch at Not Your Average Joe's on Route 228 in Norwell. The rain date is Saturday, August 7.
"There is nothing like a summer cruise in your Z," said Jim Della Volpe, of the Z Club of New England and proud owner of a 2006 Nissan 350Z. "We're expecting a great turnout with hopefully some of the older models on display, including the original Datsun 240Z."
According to Wikipedia, "The Z-car is a series of sports cars manufactured by Nissan Motors Ltd. The original Z was sold in October 1969 in Japan as the Nissan Fairlady Z and was exported as the Datsun 240Z. Since 2009 Nissan has manufactured the newest Z, the 370Z... Nissan Z cars currently hold the record for the best selling sports car series of all time with over 2 million cars sold."
"We're delighted to bring the Z-car cruises back to Coastal Nissan," said Tom Norton, owner of Coastal Dealership Group. "We're hoping for great weather and a great turnout so people can see these classics at their finest."
To learn more about the Z-Car Club of New England, visit http://www.zccne.org. For information on all Nissans, including the new Z cars, visit http://www.coastalnissan.com or go to Coastal Nissan's showroom at 109 Accord Drive in Norwell, off Route 3's exit 14 for a test drive.