It’s not every day that a car company reaches 100 years of age. Of the Japanese companies still making cars today, only Daihatsu, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, and now Mazda have made it this far. It’s a momentous occasion that literally happens only once in a lifetime, if that, and deserves a celebration worthy of the moment.
How should Mazda celebrate its 100th birthday?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What’s the worst JNC decision you’ve ever made?”
It definitely seemed that most of the decisions on your worst decisions lists related to the selling of a JNC. Let that be a lesson. Never sell! Especially when buying the cars again appear to be ever more expensive propositions. Whether it ColbatFire‘s S30 Z, Lee L‘s Z31, Jan van Kleef‘s Suzuki Jimny, charlie‘s RA25 Celica, bert‘s AW11 MR2, eric‘s ’72 Corolla, or Jared‘s KE26 wagon. It was a litany of regretful sales. But at least they got to own those cars. A few, like banpei or pete240z, lamented never having bought the car in the first place. The winner, Steve, related a sense of palpable sense of lasting remorse. Hey, you didn’t get a Supra, but maybe these stickers will make up for it!