Full Building Survey for sale - 187 Chase Side, London, N14 5JB

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Conducted 17 Jan 2013 by BHL Surveyors. The sale fell through and I understand the property is on the market again - cost me £800 - for sale for £400. Contact me on Twitter @mnk_it.

Audi RS6

Tuesday, 27 December 2011

2010 10
572 bhp, 0-62 4.1s
Owned 2011-present

Nissan GT-R

Sunday, 14 March 2010

2010 10
485 bhp, 0-62 3.3s
Owned 2010-2011


This is why they call it Godzilla...

Sunday, 13 December 2009

997 Turbo (gen 2) vs Audi R8 V10 vs 2009 GT-R

997 GT3 (gen 1) vs E92 M3 vs 2009 GT-R

the coolest watch in the world?

Sunday, 23 August 2009

Greubel Forsey Invention Piece 1 - 3 versions of 11 were made and are sold out. A bargain at £350,000 each.


Saturday, 22 August 2009

This probably makes me quite sad - having a car numberplate that is the same as my website address? Only took the DVLA about 3 years to issue it for me...


2003 53
343 bhp, 0-62 5.2s
Owned 2007-2010

Best RWD 4-seater sports coupe out there.

Honda Civic Type-R

2003 03
197 bhp, 0-62 6.6s
Owned 2004-2007

AWESOME car. Did every gearchange at 9000rpm and it never blew up. Amazing transmission and engine.

Renault Clio 1.2 Liberte

1992 L
60bhp, 0-62 very long
Owned 1999-2004

First car so none of the rules apply.
Did about 5000 miles in it in 5 years. Hardly used it.

the rules

Rules which must be followed at all times:

1. Whatever car you get, it must be the most powerful version of the car available (this excludes silly stripped out racing versions though, so for a 911 buying a Turbo does not break the rule, even though the 911 GT2 is quicker around a track). This rule is sometimes referred to as "The Rule".

2. Every car you get must have at least 1 more exhaust than the previous car (once 4 exhausts are reached you can go back down to 3, 2 or 1, however).

3. Each car must do 0-62mph on a new "big figure". So if you own a car that does 0-62mph in 6.2s, the next one must do it in 5.x seconds or quicker. Once 3.x is reached this rule no longer applies.

4. Each car must have a power output starting on a new "big figure". So if you own a car that has 250bhp, the next one must have 300 or more. This rule no longer applies if you reach 500bhp or if the car does 0-62mph in less than 4 seconds.

5. You cannot own a diesel powered car.

6. You must actually own the car and not have some nancy boy loan for it.

The rules do no apply to the first car you own.