...is the question that has ignited more fevered automotive debate on the internet than virtually any other subject in recent years.
I had gotten used to being a celebrity driving the GTR around town. Lots of thumbs ups, waves, drools and the like.
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.
I took delivery of my Ivory Pearl GTR Premium (USDM) back on August 5th 2008. 10 months later and I have already transformed the car.
The first few weeks.
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?
I have had my GTR for just two weeks, and I can safely say it is even better than I expected! Such performance at base 911 price is staggering.
After nearly bankrupting myself 12 years ago with the tempestuous Skyline R33 GT-R known as Godzilla, I have finally plucked up enough courage to buy another...
Well, it has finally gone. The car I could never see myself selling. After seven years of blissful ownership, it has sold almost by accident.
After an emotional and premature end to my last foray in the Lake District, I swiftly organised another adventure. With the prospect of tourists hindering our progress later in the day, my friend and I opted for a 7am start.