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3 days ago

Tucson Z Club
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5 days ago

Tucson Z Club
The Tucson Z Club is back, and Thanks to Thoroughbred Nissan for providing a fantastic meeting location. It was great to see old Z friends meet new ones. Moses Thompson’s restored 1962 Datsun 320 pickup was the center of attention in the middle of the used car showroom. Moses provided an overview of his 6 year restoration. You just don’t run down to the local parts store and pick up parts for a 1962 320.Thoroughbred Nissan provided Datsun and Z shirts and hats for a give away. Along with various Z and ZCON items donated by Club members. Then there was that great pizza which Thoroughbred always provides for each monthly meeting. Stay tuned for up coming car shows and Club tours.Next meeting November 16th 7:00 pm. always come early to meet and greet the members.Questions comments: [email protected]Thoroughbred Nissan 5163 E 22nd St.Tucson, AZ 85711 See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Tucson Z Club
Finally after months we will resume our monthly meeting at Thoroughbred Nissan. We will be meeting in their brand new huge Used Car building. This building is directly across from the existing dealership. The attached photos will show you that we will meet in a very large area with a two story ceiling. Chairs will be added, but plenty of space and seating are available if you would prefer social distancing. The meeting will start at 6:00 pm this time only. Normally 7:00 pm. Bring your Z. This may be a cool photo opportunity. Moses Thompson will be there with his fantastic 1962 Datsun 320 pickup. Our host’s Oscar Campos Ph.D, President and Johnny Lohrman, General Manager will again provide pizza, with the club providing water.Take time to tour the facility. There is much to look at. Thoroughbred has never been Just your average dealership………it’s Family.Any comments or questions call Ron Janicki 520-429-0383 See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Tucson Z Club
Our favorite show. The only local show with a "Z" class.Sorry for the delay folks. The 2022 Cops and Rodders show will not go on as hoped. We plan to be back in 2022 so we can bring together the hundreds of car show participants and thousands of show supporters and families as well as police personnel from our 7 partnering agencies.Please be on the lookout for our smaller community event presentations we hope to offer this year and next.WE WILL MISS YOU!!! WE HOPE YOU WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT OUR POLICE AS WELL AS SALEF’S EFFORTS TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE PROTECTIVE GEAR & TRAINING OUR POLICE PARTNERS NEED.#Backtheblue #protecturprotectors See MoreSee Less
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