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Post by Boysie » Thu 17 Sep, 2009 12:52

Hi

Can I still join the Z register
Can someone show me the link to this please
I have searched google, all I found was the
Z3 Registration Database

I have read previous threads and discussions on it
which seemed interesting but cant ind the damn site
to join

I assume its still up and running

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Post by Gio » Thu 17 Sep, 2009 13:04

I think this is the club you are looking for.

http://www.bmwcarclubgb.co.uk/rm/intro.asp

You need to join as a member (£45.00) then join the Z register (another £5.00)

Here is the joining page:

http://www.shopbmw.co.uk/acatalog/New_Membership.html
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Post by nero » Thu 17 Sep, 2009 14:15

Phil (Phil Rosenbloom) is the Z Register Chairman

I'm sure he will explain the club/register fully if you need more info.

If you do decide to join mention Phil's name when you apply
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Post by Boysie » Thu 17 Sep, 2009 17:00

Hi


So i have to join the BMWcarclub first
before I can join the Z register?

Is this renewable every year like the BMWclub


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Post by Phil » Thu 17 Sep, 2009 18:36

see pm
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Post by badboyblue » Thu 17 Sep, 2009 20:02

Phil wrote:see pm
Is it not possible to post the info on here? I too would be interested in the details and any benefits etc.
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Post by Phil » Thu 17 Sep, 2009 20:19

Check out the website - members benefits are extensive

http://www.bmwcarclubgb.co.uk/rm/intro.asp
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Post by ZZZEMMCO » Tue 13 Oct, 2009 13:43

Well worth joining if only for the parts discounts from GSF and Europarts.
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Post by PVR » Tue 13 Oct, 2009 14:24

Them as well? Did not know that ...

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Re: Club Benefits ££££££££££££££££

Post by steveH » Wed 09 Dec, 2009 23:03

ZZZEMMCO wrote:Well worth joining if only for the parts discounts from GSF and Europarts.
Come on Phil / John what about big discounts on insurance particularly if agreed valuations reqd, merchandise, models, books, regional meets, register get togethers, monthly mag (on par with BMWcar / Total bmw IMO) and the sense of belonging.
The Z Register is certainly set to grow in 2010 (ask Phil!! :rtm: ) and so the more members willing to contribute both articles for mag and on bmwcc forum aswell as on here the better. steveH

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Re: Club Benefits ££££££££££££££££

Post by Phil » Thu 10 Dec, 2009 09:17

steveH wrote:
ZZZEMMCO wrote:Well worth joining if only for the parts discounts from GSF and Europarts.
Come on Phil / John what about big discounts on insurance particularly if agreed valuations reqd, merchandise, models, books, regional meets, register get togethers, monthly mag (on par with BMWcar / Total bmw IMO) and the sense of belonging.
The Z Register is certainly set to grow in 2010 (ask Phil!! :rtm: ) and so the more members willing to contribute both articles for mag and on bmwcc forum aswell as on here the better. steveH
All those things are already available by joining the club
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Post by ZZZEMMCO » Mon 14 Dec, 2009 18:16

So many plus points to share :D and a lifetime of Club friends going back 35 + years, and looking forward to the next 35!!!!! :roll:
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Post by Boysie » Mon 14 Dec, 2009 18:23

Hi

Can you put the Zroadster Sponser under my name Please


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Post by Canman » Mon 14 Dec, 2009 18:34

i believe there are many of us that have contributed to this forum without having the zroadster sponsor under our name.
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Please help. The money will go to a good cause. email me for the link to my fundraising page.

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Post by Boysie » Mon 14 Dec, 2009 19:13

Thank you

Interesting I thought It was just me

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Post by Phil » Mon 14 Dec, 2009 20:26

I have changed yours Boysie.
I need you to tell me who has sponsored the site then I can change it accordingly.
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Post by Phil » Mon 14 Dec, 2009 20:27

Canman yours is done now
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Post by Jonttt » Mon 14 Dec, 2009 20:29

Phil, people seem to post up on THISthread when they have donated :wink:

nb I've donated twice so do I get a Sponser II :D
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Post by Phil » Mon 14 Dec, 2009 22:19

All updated from that thread plus Jonttt as a special :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Post by Jamezee » Thu 30 Jun, 2011 21:56

Nero wrote:Phil (Phil Rosenbloom) is the Z Register Chairman

I'm sure he will explain the club/register fully if you need more info.

If you do decide to join mention Phil's name when you apply
Just looking at my new bmwcc literature and I see there is no Z register chairman and therefore no address to send my z register application form too. I also noticed in the magazine that the post is up for grabs if anyone is interested , hurry up if you are so I can join and get another sticker. Cheers
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Post by Phil » Fri 01 Jul, 2011 09:24

All you have to do to get your sticker is apply to the club office.

As the previous chairman I still appear to be getting the forms so dont worry about it.

You could even apply to be the new chairman :shock:
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Post by steveH » Wed 06 Jul, 2011 22:37

Having relinquished the position of Z Register chair it is very disappointing that no-one has offered themselves to pick up where PhilR left off.
It is a real shame that the Z is BMW's only Roadster and having been part of the trio of articles recently run in the Straight Six mag, with many contributions from members off this forum, still not one volunteer.
Surely many owners have gained from being members of the car club in one way or another(??) and as one of the biggest (in number) Registers in the car club then someone must be interested??
I would have thought the position would suit someone off here as enthusiasts and have instant access across the whole range Z1 to Z8.
IF you feel willing to give it a good go then contact me through pm or email (address in mag under Register Directors report.
Thanks in anticipation steveH

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Post by Z-Driver » Sat 20 Aug, 2011 21:45

I *am* a member of BMWCCA, as well as ZSCCA (Z Sports Car Club of America). I drive a 2002 Z3, 3.0i, and just love it! It replaced a motorcycle, when I decided that I had wrecked too many of them, and didn't want to go through that again. Plus, my insurance company would likely have made it not something that I would want to continue, had I tried to insure another motorcycle, after wrecking to touring bikes. So, decided it was time to give it up. Went with a Z3, and have never regretted it.

Mine is titanium silver, with a Dream Red interior, something that gets lots of compliments wherever I take it. I really get a kick out of driving around town 'topless'. Mine came also with a removable hardtop, which only goes on for about three months is the coldest part of winter. Other than that, it hangs from the ceiling in my garage.

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Post by Jamezee » Tue 30 Aug, 2011 19:13

well done for stepping up to the mark Ian (myredzed) or should we call you Chairman myredzed :) :thumb:
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Post by Ian_C » Wed 31 Aug, 2011 12:46

Jamezee wrote:well done for stepping up to the mark Ian (myredzed) or should we call you Chairman myredzed :) :thumb:
You've spotted that in the BMWCC Straight Six magazine then :wink:

I'll put together a little intro to formalise the appointment on here (and other z related forums) over the next week or so. I'm also considering a name change to Ian C and a sig change to make it easier for people to relate my posts to that of the z register chair (I'll make it obvious that I was 'previously myredzed') - what do you think?
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Post by aceman » Wed 31 Aug, 2011 12:53

Well done Ian I will be joining soon myself having just got back into the seat of a Z3 so can I be one of your first recruits :D

What does the job of Chairman involve then :?:
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Post by Gazza » Wed 31 Aug, 2011 13:03

Well done Ian :thumb:
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Post by Ian_C » Wed 31 Aug, 2011 21:14

aceman wrote: What does the job of Chairman involve then :?:
Essentially it involves keeping zeds in the spotlight within the BMWCC (i.e. in the BMWCC mag, BMWCC forum & other zed forums), coordinating the sub-registers (z1, z3, z4 & z8) and looking after the actual z register. 'Keeping the zeds in the spotlight' can involve all manner of things but could be anything from getting zed articles together for the mag to organising BMWCC led zed meets.

Thanks for the votes of support everyone.

ps. so what does anyone think about me changing my forum name then?
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Post by aceman » Wed 31 Aug, 2011 21:34

Sounds good Ian, well you are already accomplished in organising cruise/events so should be right up your street.

Changing your username seems appropriate considering your new role and if as you say you keep your "Myredzed" reference everybody who knows you now won't get confused and new members here or to BMWCC won't know any different anyway, go for it.
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Post by Hard Top » Wed 31 Aug, 2011 21:35

myredzed wrote:ps. so what does anyone think about me changing my forum name then?
Well, you did ask.
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Have you ever thought about getting yourself a private plate, like shanty has done?

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Post by Jamezee » Wed 31 Aug, 2011 22:53

myredzed wrote:
Jamezee wrote:well done for stepping up to the mark Ian (myredzed) or should we call you Chairman myredzed :) :thumb:
You've spotted that in the BMWCC Straight Six magazine then :wink:

I'll put together a little intro to formalise the appointment on here (and other z related forums) over the next week or so. I'm also considering a name change to Ian C and a sig change to make it easier for people to relate my posts to that of the z register chair (I'll make it obvious that I was 'previously myredzed') - what do you think?
You could be ' Z Red Chair' ...or maybe not :puzzle:
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Post by Phil » Thu 01 Sep, 2011 07:58

You are 'famous' as myredzed :D
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Post by Gazza » Thu 01 Sep, 2011 16:24

I don't see a need to change your Forum name, myredzed is more zed related :wink:
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Post by Ian_C » Thu 01 Sep, 2011 20:16

Thanks for the replies folks. Majority wins so I'll stick with myredzed but I'll put together a new sig to reflect the z reg chairman thing.
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Re: Z Register

Post by Mike Fishwick » Thu 08 Mar, 2012 10:07

I have not looked at this forum for a while - and suddenly we have a resurgence of interest in the Z Register!

After Phil retired, the overall Z Reg is now looked after by Ian Conieul, and the job of keeping an eye on the Z3 section and writing a bit for Straight Six every month fell on me.

Obvioulsy, living in France means that I cannot take an active role in organising events etc, so perhaps things will change in the future - if there is enough enthusiasm, a quality which has been markedly absent for years!
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Re: Z Register

Post by Ian_C » Thu 08 Mar, 2012 12:37

Mike Fishwick wrote:...and suddenly we have a resurgence of interest in the Z Register!
There's definitely been a resurgence recently Mike. I'm getting quite a few zregister registration forms now - another 2 dropped through my letterbox yesterday.
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Re: Z Register

Post by Phil » Thu 08 Mar, 2012 20:16

Good news indeed Ian.
Its not easy trying to stimulate the Club Z register.
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Re: Z Register = Z enthusiasm

Post by ZZZEMMCO » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 18:37

Phil-Very true words--spoken with years of experience.--BUT!!! The Club has to cater for Many different Model owners, and the forum page Has to provide TWENTY sections to appeal to those owners, otherwise they will feel neglected, and not a good reason to Pay to join a club, that ignores their P & J.-But--have you seen our Club Magazine-- :D

I think you will agree that the Z Register section receives More daily posts than ALPINA!!!--hopefully that "IS" about to change--(From an Alpina B7 Turbo-27years- Nutter)
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Re: Z Register

Post by Phil » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 19:00

Ha Ha John - I get the hint.
I'll get to it right away. :D :D
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