40 Cars for My 40th


1990 BMW M3 Sport Evolution

The E30 BMW M3 is an absolute legend and the sport evolution is the most iconic version of all. It might be a bit tricky getting your hands on one of these, but I’ll be super thankful and stuff.

1990 Mazda Eunos Cosmo

A three-rotary engine, turbocharged to 300 hp. Now this is my kind of personal luxury coupe.

1991 Acura NSX 1991

C’mon, who doesn’t want this car? Seriously?

1991 GMC Syclone /Typhoon

By now it should be obvious that I have a thing for any vehicle housing a turbocharged pushrod V6 engine from GM. The coolest part about the Syclone and Typhoon is it was matched up to an all-wheel drive system.

1992 Jaguar XJ220

Alright, I admit, this one could be a wee bit expensive to purchase, but I had to include it as it is my favourite supercar of all time. I just love the design of this car. Every angle to me is perfection.

1992 Mazda RX-7

Ever since I drove a mint condition FD RX-7 I have been in love. I always appreciated these cars form a far, but one drive of that sequential turbocharged rotary had me hooked.

1993 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

The ZR-1 was the ultimate fourth-generation ‘vette. I remember as a kid being in awe of this car and that feeling has never really gone away. Please get me a ’93 or later model so I can have that extra few horsepower. Thanks.

1993 Lotus Esprit S4

Another car I was in awe of as a youngster was the Lotus Esprit. I always liked it wedge shape, but the engine is what really drew me to it. I couldn’t fathom back then how Lotus could get 300 hp out of a four-cylinder engine.

1993 Mazda Autozam AZ-1 Mazdaspeed

Now here is something completely different. It’s a tiny mid-engine turbocharged Japanese Kei car with gullwing doors. Actually, if I need to explain any further why this car is cool, I’m not sure we can be friends.

1993 Toyota Supra Turbo

Brian promised me a 10-second car.

1994 McLaren F1

Mr. Bean had one, so I need one. This is my second favourite supercar of all time behind that sweet Jag mentioned earlier.

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