“Izzat a 300ZX?” It’s a question Mike Glore often hears when he takes his Alfa Romeo Giulia Junior Z to a show. Yes, it has a “Z” on the side behind the front wheel, but that “Z” stands for Zagato, as in the long-time Italian coachbuilder of some spectacular cars. Glore has a number of unusual automobiles, so he’s used to that kind of question and is very diplomatic with his answers, providing as much information as the questioner seems to want.
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