We reported back in December 2020 how Cormac, who lives in Melton, was proud to drive around in his 1989 lagoon blue Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit at such a young age.
His eye for a nice motor led him to make enquiries about a 1998 Bentley Arnage he saw on Facebook Market Place and that dream became a reality too.
Cormac has been amazed how affordable it has been to own his luxury cars – he is not a massive earner through his work at Nottingham Hospital Radio and the Melton branch of QD.
He told the Melton Times: “A lot of people have asked me how I managed to buy this car, and the honest answer is that they aren’t that expensive, you can get a decent Rolls-Royce or Bentley for £10,000 to £15,000.
"I want to become successful and be able to have a collection of Rolls-Royce’s and Bentley’s and if you are prepared to work hard you can have these nice things.
"What I’m trying to do though is encourage a younger generation of car enthusiasts to buy their dream car at a young age if they are prepared to work.”
The cost of insuring his Bentley has been surprisingly reasonable, he says, although rising fuel prices means a full tank is likely to set him back £200 soon.
He collected the car from Chichester, in West Sussex, and got a chance to get used to it on the three-hour drive home.
Cormac says he enjoyed the sound of the V8 engine although he found the seats to be too hard and the steering heavy.
He added: “I personally love owning and driving this kind of car In Melton, I have worked hard all my life and I make a good wage to be able to buy and run a car of this cost.
"A lot of people in Melton remember me from when I had my Rolls-Royce at 20 so a lot of people weren’t surprised when I ended up buying it.
"The ambition is to expand and get a Rolls-Royce and Bentley collection going now.”