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for visiting Empire Z, Inland Southern California's premier Z Club which
includes 240, 260, 280, 300, 350, and 370 Z's from the Inland Empire.
Areas include Ontario, Riverside, San Bernardino, Redlands, and all surrounding
cities. Empire Z was founded in July 2000 in the city of
Colton, CA but is now located in the city of Ontario with 40+ members and still growing. If you would like
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2019 Empire Z Membership
March is the month for
renewal of your Empire Z Membership.
Regular membership is $25.00 per year - Associate membership is $10.00.
So, what does membership get you?
- Annual Palm Springs or Avocado Cruise
- Annual Mountain Cruise (Big Bear) and Pizza Dinner
- Great Deals on parts from
- 15% off genuine Nissan parts at Corona Nissan
- 15%+ off genuine Nissan parts at San Bernardino Nissan
- 15% off genuine Nissan parts at Metro Nissan
Please renew your membership as soon as possible, you don't even have to
come to a meeting or mail in anything. You Can fill out
..On-Line Membership Application..
and submit the information. We are
requesting a new member application/info sheet from all members to
update our membership database [so we can get in touch with you].
No information is ever released to anyone without your specific
You have the option to pay
your dues through PayPal (http://www.paypal.com)
and complete the on-line ..On-Line Membership
Application... The e-mail address for PayPal payment
Be sure to indicate that you are paying your dues for 2019.
Or, you can complete the
Application.. and mail it in with your check or money order
made payable to, "Empire Z Club".
I (Jerry M) was fortunate enough to be
indirectly involved in the filming and photo shoot of a car review show
called Everyday Driver.
The show is hosted by Todd Deeken and Paul Schmucker and is similar to
the BBC television show "Top Gear". The difference is these guys drive
and evaluate Everyday Driver vehicles, not vehicles like the Ferrari and
the million dollar Bugatti Veyron. Of course, their budget is nothing
like "Top Gear", but my 300ZX TT was included in the filming and
evaluation of the latest three generations of "Z" cars, the 370Z, 350Z
and 300ZX. [Jerry
M.- Empire Z VP - posted Aug 2009]
for more info and photos.
The episode has been
> Click HERE to View
Visit Empire Z Club Forum
>HERE< for Forum Photo Gallery
We have over 2300 photos!
Pics are up for the first
ever JGTC event in the USA!!