40 Cars for My 40th

1990-1994

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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