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Average age of Z owners 2013

Average age of Z owners 2013    56 votes

  1. 1. Average age of Z owners


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Hey guys just doing a quick comparison of the average age of Z owners from the 2011 poll which Opal conducted.

 

Below is the 2011 graph:

 

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Great idea Mikey!

 

I turn 26 next month :) Voted

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Voted... 26 as well, from the previous thread average seems to be mid 20's but with this poll we'll be able to get a more accurate answer! well thought! :)

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Wish I was 20yrs younger  :| ......But still know what I know now & own my Zed of course !! (& my bikes ;) )

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Come on peeps!

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37 this month.

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The possible choices for the poll seem to imply that if you are 20 years old ... you cannot own a Zed.  :)

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I'm only one of two owners at 61 or over. Love driving my 350z, call it my Go Kart.Plenty of power for what it is. 

But for an all out rush of power my Suzuki Hayabusa is insane. 

 

 

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32 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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65  66 this year First Z car another late life crisis

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Turned 50 and got a 370z the week after

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Wifey bought me a new 370z for my 60th which is coming up at the end of the year.....can fit a couple of surfboards in it with the passenger seat fully reclined so it's all good. ;)

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Funny how a majority of 350z owners now are like 18+ 😅😂 I'm 26 this year. Had my girl for 3 years nearly I think Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk

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