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For the past couple of years - whenever I flashed my headlights for an oncoming Z, I have received strange looks and even the finger - Is this a lost Z greeting. Doesn't
anyone do this anymore ?!?!?
If your comunity still holds respect for each others Z cars - please comment - brcause here in Colorado it seems to be a lost art.
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So that's what that guy was doing! Last week somebody flashed his lights at me, so I pulled over, thinking one or more of my lights weren't working. That's usually what flashing your headlights means.. Hey, your right headlight is burned out or, Turn off your $&^@*ing brights buddy!

> For the past couple of years - whenever I
> flashed my headlights for an oncoming Z, I
> have received strange looks and even
> the finger - Is this a lost Z greeting.
> Doesn't anyone do this anymore ?!?!?
> If your comunity still holds respect for
> each others Z cars - please comment -
> brcause here in Colorado it seems to be a
> lost art.
> Dave
 

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> So that's what that guy was doing! Last week
> somebody flashed his lights at me, so I
> pulled over, thinking one or more of my
> lights weren't working. That's usually what
> flashing your headlights means.. Hey,
> your right headlight is burned out or,
> Turn off your $&^@*ing brights
> buddy!

Down here in the South, flashing headlights generally mean the law is up ahead and you had better watch your speed. We try to warn the approaching driver to avoid the ticket. (Fight the power)
 
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