Information about the ZCCC and how to become a member.
The Z Car Club of Colorado is a non-profit organization formed in 1983. We currently have approximately 175 members from Colorado and several others states.
The ZCCC is a charter member of the Z Car Club Association.
Membership is based on interest in cars and ownership is not required. Those who like 510s and Roadsters are also welcome.
We are devoted to membership participation and input - new ideas bring about new activities!
General meetings are normally held on the first Wednesday of the month. Meetings are at New York Deli News at 7105 E. Hampden Ave. Meals usually start around 6:00PM, meetings start at 7:00PM. They last for about an hour and a half with club business followed by a speaker or demonstration.
Elections are held every year at the September meeting. Elected offices include President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Inter-Club Liaison, Public Relations and Odometer Editor.
Active Member Points
Points are given throughout the year on the following basis:
1 point for attending general meetings
1 point for attending any other event
4 points for co-ordinating or chairing an event
2 points to co-chair an event
Club members are considered an "Active Member" by earning 15 points during the year. The "Most Active Member" is the individual with the highest number of points.
This award is a traveling plaque designed to recognize one individual for outstanding effort toward the club. This award is based solely on effort and not points.
The Board meets at 6:00PM at the same location and same date as the general meeting unless otherwise published in the Odometer. Members are welcome to attend the meeting.
The Odometer is the official publication of the ZCCC. It is published monthly and
e-mailed to all members, advertisers and others. Members are encouraged to write articles and submit ideas.
Commercial advertising space is available at reasonable rates and member ads are free in the Z Trader section.
Club members are offered various discounts at a number of businesses. These include a wide variety of services and automotive parts.
This voluntary program connects an experienced club member with a new member. In this way, information on meetings, activities and organized events is passed on that may otherwise be more difficult for new
members to learn about.
To mail in an application, download and print the form in
Adobe format. Membership applications are also available at the general meetings.