Sometimes a good car is really the best cure for everything.
Some would say Japanese-built sports cars peaked in their glory days during the 1990s. Some examples include the Toyota Supra, Mazda RX-7 and the Nissan 300ZX. At the time, American automakers didn't build rear-wheel-drive sports cars that were relatively affordable, fun to drive, easy to tune, and rock solid reliable. Launched in 1990, the Nissan 300ZX was a marked departure styling and even size wise from previous Z cars.
It was a bit bigger and more of a grand tourer, but it was still a pure sports car only the Japanese at the time could build. For one Joe Gamas, his 300ZX is pride, passion and therapy all in one. He even gets a little chocked up while talking about it, and had some wonderful mods done to his beloved car.