Well I couldn't call this entry the Return of Godzilla because that's what I titled Entry 1...
So, after nearly two blissful years, it's time to say farewell to Godzilla 2.
Yes, it's for sale. Â£42,495 or near offer. Any enquiries, please contact me via the site.
On my trip to the NÃ¼rburgring last October (click on entry 7) I met German GT-R enthusiast Alex Wutzke who had a gorgeous titanium Akrapovic exhaust system on his tuned GT-R.
Long term evo magazine readers will remember Godzilla (1) which was my 1997 Nissan R33 GT-R V-spec. Midnight Purple was my only choice for the R33 and I still loved the dark metallic aubergine paint scheme even as the rest of the car grenaded around me.
As global warming is apparently caused by us chucking a lot of carbon into the atmosphere, I've decided to capture some in the form of carbon fibre...
The best part about using a Cobb Access Port to tune the GT-R has been the support from supplier GTC (www.gtc-r.com). They emailed me a 99RON Stage 2 map which is designed to be used with 99RON octane fuel, i.e. either Tesco SuperUnleaded or Shell V-Power
...is the question that has ignited more fevered automotive debate on the internet than virtually any other subject in recent years.
After the financially disastrous consequences of tuning my previous R33 GT-R (now known as Godzilla 1), The Brunette threatened me with divorce should I dare to consider tuning Godzilla 2.
Last monthâ€™s outing at Bedford Autodrome took Godzilla 2 to the 1000 mile mark which meant it needed to have its free post running-in inspection service.
No, not the cheesy 70â€™s Martini adverts, but the mission statement Nissan has proclaimed for the GT-R.
For men like me though -who actually ARE driving gods- it could be a disincentive to buying the car; why have one that â€œanyoneâ€ can drive well?