In May 1998, my daughter and I attended a Datsun Z convention in Pennsylvania. What was interesting about this car show is that Mr. Yutaka Katayama (President of Nissan USA), also known as Mr. K was in attendance. Mr K headed up the original Datsun 240Z design project, and is often credited for the success of the Z car in America. All of these pictures were taken with my first digital camera, which was still a fairly new item in 1998. Standard resolution was 1 Mega-pixel.
We drove my 1972 Datsun 240Z to the show, and even got Mr K to sign the ashtray cover on my car. It was quite the focal piece for that car, yet another car I wish did not get away from me…
One of the more annoying aspects of my 1994 Mazda Miata was the center console armrest’s hard plastic cover. Whenever my elbow touched that cover, it just plain hurt. So,…Read more
This was my old 1993 Mazda Rx-7 Competition Yellow Mica. One of my favorite all-time cars, and one I wish I had not let slip away.