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  • noun Plural form of Z-car.

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Examples

  • If all goes according to plan, however, Nissan expects to sell more Z-cars to a second type of buyer who finds this youthful image flattering: well-heeled male boomers in their 40s with high incomes, older kids and a yearning to have fun.

    Secret Weapon

  • The new Z-cars were finished in daffodil yellow - which gave extra resonance when being shot on the black and white videotape of the time - and ever afterwards the sight of a Zephyr 6's canted tail fins would trigger the show's theme tune in the minds of a generation.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • It's hard to believe we've had 40 years of Z-cars - the car that became the best-selling sportscar series of all time with its perfect blend of performance, styling and value.

    Autoblog

  • A special model celebrated the Z-cars 25th anniversary in 1995, but all was not well and sales numbers were un-spooling like a wound-back odometer.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The 2009 Nissan Nismo 370Z hits US dealerships in June, and this time it has a little more power and torque than normal Z-cars, thanks to a

    WN.com - Business News

  • It's hard to believe we've had 40 years of Z-cars - the car that became the best-selling sportscar series of all time with its perfect blend of performance, styling and value.

    Autoblog

  • The Japanese have long had a fascination with applying English names - not always appropriately, sometimes hilariously - to products, but it's a mystery how Datsun came up with Fairlady for its first 50s sports car, the progenitor of the soon to follow "Z-cars."

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The Japanese have long had a fascination with applying English names - not always appropriately, sometimes hilariously - to products, but it's a mystery how Datsun came up with Fairlady for its first 50s sports car, the progenitor of the soon to follow "Z-cars."

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • A special model celebrated the Z-cars 25th anniversary in 1995, but all was not well and sales numbers were un-spooling like a wound-back odometer.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Peak-capped, straight-faced policemen ride beautiful horses or drive Z-cars. '* hums theme tune*

    Londonist

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