It’s gone but it certainly won’t be forgotten…

That’s right folks, after nearly five years of ownership the E92 has been sold. Of course, I was gutted to see it go as it’s been an amazing car, but the truth was I just didn’t use it enough to warrant the road tax and insurance each year. In fact, in the last two years I covered less than 1000 miles, so it was time to let someone else enjoy the fruits of my labour. At this point I’d like to say a massive thanks to Paul at MStyle for looking after the car, Luke at Plush Automotive for the air install, and the countless other guys and girls who helped out on the build.

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But what’s going to fill the car-shaped hole left on my drive and in my heart? Well, nothing for the moment as I’m doing something grown up for once and finishing a couple of house projects before I start searching for a replacement. Having said that, I did go and look at a Nissan 300ZX twin turbo last week, and that’s an itch I’ve been wanting to scratch for 30 years, so I wouldn’t be too surprised if you see one of those pop up in these pages very soon.

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The fact of the matter is they are starting to go the same way as all the other Z cars, which means prices are on the rise, especially for the holy grail, manual twin turbos!

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At least I’ve got the Alto project and the E91 to satisfy my modified car habit at the moment. Anyway I’ve gotta go, I’ve got a shit-load of decking to lay…

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